Guest Speaker: Elli Papaemmanuil, PhD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center New York, NY Visit https://seminarsinoncology.dana-farber.org for more information.
Hosted by the Harvard Club of India, this webinar is part of the series called “India Matters”. The webinar is co-hosted by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health- … Continue reading "Evidence-based Management & Science Communication for COVID-19"
The 2021 Leadership and Faculty Development Program Conference and Minority Health Policy Annual Meeting will be held virtually, May 4th through May 7th. Join us for rich discussions with clinicians and scholars fighting for health equity and studying health disparities impacting the nation’s most vulnerable populations. Tuesday, May 4 | 12:00-2:00pm ET EQUITY AND SOCIAL … Continue reading "2021 Leadership and Faculty Development Program Conference and Minority Health Policy Annual Meeting"
Understanding advances in the care and treatment of adults with HIV and gaps in clinical care requires monitoring differences in mortality between people entering care for HIV and the general population. We combine HIV cohort data with vital statistics information for the general US population to compare mortality for people living with HIV over the … Continue reading "Exploring the elevation in mortality among people with HIV"
Drawing on developmental theories of race, this presentation will synthesize two decades of research on the messages adolescents send and receive about race online. From articles on the contributions of one’s racial-ethnic group to viral videos of police killings, it outlines how engagement with race-related content and discussions online impacts academic, behavioral and mental health … Continue reading "A Program of Research on the Role of Race in Adolescent Academic and Social Life Online"
Title: Innovation In Times of Crises: Sheba’s ARC Meets COVID-19 Abstract: With the goal of spearheading the transformation of healthcare, Sheba Medical Center (the largest hospital in Israel) has launched … Continue reading "CHDS Seminar with Eyal Zimlichman"
May 11, 2021 @1:00PM Eastern Jianhua Hu, PhDProfessor, Biostatistics (in Medicine and in the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center)Director, Cancer Biostatistics ProgramColumbia University Register at: http://bit.ly/FIBMay21 Abstract: Applications of single-cell RNA sequencing in various biomedical research areas have been blooming. This new technology provides unprecedented opportunities to study disease heterogeneity at the cellular level. However, … Continue reading "Frontiers in Biostatistics: Single-cell RNA-Seq data analysis via a regularized zero-inflated mixture model framework"
As efforts to distribute COVID-19 vaccines intensify throughout the United States and across the globe, how can we ensure that equity and access are prioritized? This panel seeks to address … Continue reading "Vaccine Equity and Efficacy in the United States and the World"
Data sharing is becoming an increasingly prevalent and expected part of the research process. Researchers may be hesitant to share datasets about human subjects, and rightfully so. While some data can be shared respecting Institutional Review Board (IRB) and federal restrictions, other data is ultimately not publicly shareable. This webinar will address conflicts that can … Continue reading "Practical Considerations for Managing Sensitive Data"
Department of Epidemiology Seminar Series Speaker: Whitney R. Robinson, PhD Associate Professor, Epidemiology UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health Fellow, Carolina Population Center Member, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center This … Continue reading "Not Seeing the Forest for the Trees: The Dangers of “Holding All Else Equal”"