This workshop will provide an introduction to the diverse experiences of South East Asian, Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Highlighting migration history and the lived experiences of Southeast Asian, Asian and Pacific Islander people’s racial struggles. Nancy Xiong, Lead Organizer of ARISE (Alliance for Rhode Island Southeast Asians) will discuss the topics … Continue reading "Roots of Resilience: AAPI Migration, Struggle, And Resistance"
Harvard Medical School's Office for Diversity Inclusion & Community Partnership is hosting a Leadership Forum: AAPI Women in Leadership - Anti-racism, Allyship, and Growing Navigational Capital on Wednesday, May 18th from 1pm-2:30pm. Keynote Speaker: Teresita Batayola, President and CEO of International Community Health Services; White House Advisory Commission on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific … Continue reading "Leadership Forum: AAPI Women in Leadership – Anti-racism, Allyship, and Growing Navigational Capital"
We invite you to join us for the first ever Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC) Women in Genitourinary Cancer Forum, co-hosted by the DF/HCC Prostate Cancer SPORE and the DF/HCC Kidney Cancer SPORE. We are pleased to welcome Dr. Judy Garber as our keynote speaker. Her talk will be followed by a panel discussion including Dr. Mary-Ellen … Continue reading "DF/HCC Women in Genitourinary Cancers Forum"
All students eligible to take summer courses can begin enrollment in HSPH courses.
https://youtu.be/pyqAO2CGb74 Presented jointly with POLITICO Sen. Bill Cassidy has been outspoken about the need to improve our response time in future public health emergencies. He has bucked many in his party by supporting local control over decisions such as mask mandates. And he’s a leader in the conservative movement to ban abortions — an issue that has taken on new urgency with the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade. The Louisiana Republican, a … Continue reading "View from the Hill: A conversation with Sen. Bill Cassidy"
Join the Department of Global Health and Population for our final seminar in the Thursday Brown Bag Series on May 19, which will be held in Building 1, room 1208 and via zoom. Dr. Rajani Ved will present, “Primary Health Care Reforms in India”. Dr. Rajani Ved is the Director of Health at the India … Continue reading "GHP Thursday Brown Bag Seminar Series"
We are excited to announce Dr. Alexander Banks, Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School as the winner of the 2022 Armen H. Tashjian Jr. Award for Excellence in Endocrine Research. The committee is comprised of Sudha Biddinger, MD, Ph.D., David E. Golan, MD, Ph.D., Brendan D. Manning, Ph.D., and Yu-Hua Tseng, Ph.D. Alexander … Continue reading "12th Annual Armen H. Tashjian, Jr, Award Ceremony"
Speakers 10:00AM: Welcome and introductionAlbert Hofman, MD, PhDStephen B. Kay Family Professor of Public Health and Clinical EpidemiologyChair, Department of Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health 10:05AM: Multiple sclerosis is a rare complication of EBV infectionAlberto Ascherio, MD, DrPHProfessor of Epidemiology and NutritionDepartment of Nutrition, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health 10:35AM: … Continue reading "The Harvard-Oxford Program in Epidemiology Mini-Symposium: Developments in Neuroepidemiology"
https://youtu.be/D17KcbE6T8c Presented jointly with POLITICO Rep. Lauren Underwood brings a unique perspective to Capitol Hill. The youngest African-American woman ever to serve in the House, she is a registered nurse and former senior adviser to the Department of Health and Human Services, where she helped communities prepare for bioterrorism threats and other public health emergencies. The Illinois Democrat will discuss emergency preparedness, Black maternal health, reproductive rights, gun violence, disinformation, and other issues at the top of her agenda in … Continue reading "View from the Hill: A conversation with Rep. Lauren Underwood"
After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is flagging support for many of the public health interventions designed to help control the virus. The Biden Administration has struggled to secure additional funding for COVID-19 vaccines, treatments, and tests. Most states and municipalities have rolled back their mask mandates, as well as testing and case … Continue reading "Considering the Needs of the Vulnerable in the Next Stage of the Pandemic"