Harvard Chan School hosts a diverse array of speakers, invited to share both scholarly research and personal perspectives. They do not speak for the School, and hosting them does not imply endorsement of their views, organizations, or employers.

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Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center

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Free writing and communication resources for researchers. Harvard Catalyst’s Writing and Communication Center was established in 2021 to empower clinical and translational researchers and team members throughout every stage of their careers to better articulate their science. The center includes dozens of free resources, tools, and trainings on science communication, including self-guided learning modules, videos … Continue reading "Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center"

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Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center

Virtual In Person

Free writing and communication resources for researchers. Harvard Catalyst’s Writing and Communication Center was established in 2021 to empower clinical and translational researchers and team members throughout every stage of their careers to better articulate their science. The center includes dozens of free resources, tools, and trainings on science communication, including self-guided learning modules, videos … Continue reading "Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center"

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Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center

Virtual In Person

Free writing and communication resources for researchers. Harvard Catalyst’s Writing and Communication Center was established in 2021 to empower clinical and translational researchers and team members throughout every stage of their careers to better articulate their science. The center includes dozens of free resources, tools, and trainings on science communication, including self-guided learning modules, videos … Continue reading "Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center"

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Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center

Virtual In Person

Free writing and communication resources for researchers. Harvard Catalyst’s Writing and Communication Center was established in 2021 to empower clinical and translational researchers and team members throughout every stage of their careers to better articulate their science. The center includes dozens of free resources, tools, and trainings on science communication, including self-guided learning modules, videos … Continue reading "Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center"

Locked in a Hotbox: The Impact of Climate Change on the Incarcerated

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Locked in a Hotbox: The Impact of Climate Change on the Incarcerated will be a critical examination of how climate change impacts people who are incarcerated. Many jails and prisons are inadequately equipped to handle extreme weather, exposing people who are confined within them to unique health vulnerabilities. This event will highlight how the effects of … Continue reading "Locked in a Hotbox: The Impact of Climate Change on the Incarcerated"

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Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center

Virtual In Person

Free writing and communication resources for researchers. Harvard Catalyst’s Writing and Communication Center was established in 2021 to empower clinical and translational researchers and team members throughout every stage of their careers to better articulate their science. The center includes dozens of free resources, tools, and trainings on science communication, including self-guided learning modules, videos … Continue reading "Harvard Catalyst Writing & Communication Center"

“Works-in-Progress” Postdocs Seminar

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The Department of Epidemiology presents "Works-in-Progress" postdoctoral research fellows seminar Open to the public Talk 1: Metabolomic Signature of Ultra-Processed Food Intake in Association with Colorectal Cancer Risk Mengxi Du Postdoctoral Research Fellow Department of Epidemiology Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Abstract: Growing evidence links high ultra-processed food (UPF) intake to colorectal cancer … Continue reading "“Works-in-Progress” Postdocs Seminar"