Virus behavior can have both positive and negative repercussions in the world, and in our bodies. At this present time the world is coping with a pandemic caused by the infiltration of the airborne virus, COVID-19. In fact, viruses are ever present in our world, occupying nearly all organisms, and found in virtually every type … Continue reading "Online exhibit: A World of Viruses"
Machine learning advances are opening new routes to more precise healthcare, from the discovery of disease subtypes for stratified interventions to the development of personalized interactions supporting self-care between clinic visits. This offers an exciting opportunity for machine learning techniques to impact healthcare in a meaningful way. Within the healthcare domain, machine learning for mental … Continue reading "Machine learning for healthcare: Steps towards a personalized approach"
Community COVID-19 Conversation on Race, Racism, Research in the Medical Mecca Panel Discussion 2 Scientific Racism and Anti-Racism: History and Recent Perspectives Monday, January 25, 2021 2:30 PM-4:00 PM The Center for Community Health Education Research and Service (CCHERS) is excited to announce an upcoming Panel Discussion on Scientific Racism and Anti-Racism: History and Recent … Continue reading "Scientific Racism and Anti-Racism: History and Recent Perspectives"
Examining the unprecedented events that unfolded in 2020, the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University invites you to join this special event. A keynote speech will be presented by Director of the FXB Center Dr. Mary T. Bassett, followed by discussion with United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Health … Continue reading "The State of Human Rights: 2020 Reflections and Lessons Learned"