MIPS Seminar: Type 2 cytokine programming of airway basal stem cells

Virtual In Person

Nora A. Barrett, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Medical Sciences, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School will review chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis as a human model of airway injury and regeneration, BCAM as a marker of airway stem cells, and pathways that elicit stress in airway basal cells.

EcoOpportunity Meeting

In Person

EcoOpportunity, Harvard Longwood Campus Green Team, begins 2023 with an in-person meeting to talk about sustainability on campus on Tuesday, January 31 @ 1 -1:45 pm in HSPH Kresge Building Room 502. This informal gathering is a chance for HLC staff and students to get involved in sustainability on campus; share sustainability-related projects they are interested … Continue reading "EcoOpportunity Meeting"

States Acting on Rising Health Care and Drug Costs

In Person

Maureen Hensley-Quinn, the Senior Program Director of Coverage, Cost, and Value at the National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP), will talk about how the states are acting on rising healthcare and drug costs.  

Screening for Colorectal Cancer after the NordICC trial- Need to Re-consider?

Virtual In Person

Department of Epidemiology Seminar Series Speaker: Michael Bretthauer, MD PhD Professor of Medicine, University of Oslo and the Arctic University of Norway (UiT) and Oslo University Hospital, Norway Abstract: For two decades, colonoscopy has been the number one screening test for colorectal cancer in the United States. Colonoscopy screening has been promoted to reduce incidence … Continue reading "Screening for Colorectal Cancer after the NordICC trial- Need to Re-consider?"

Spirituality in Serious Illness and Health: Implications for Spiritual Care of Patients and Communities

In Person

A panel session exploring how spirituality can be integrated into healthcare for diverse communities. Panelists include Rev. Gloria White Hammond MD, MDiv (Harvard Divinity School/Bethel A.M.E. Church), Anna Gosline SM (Blue Cross Blue Shield/Mass. Coalition for Serious Illness), Rev. Ali Jablonsky MDiv (Tufts Medical Center), and David Rosmarin PhD (Harvard Medical School/McLean).The panel session will be moderated by Dr. Howard … Continue reading "Spirituality in Serious Illness and Health: Implications for Spiritual Care of Patients and Communities"

Seminar: “Conditional Hospitality: A Research Design on the Relationship Between International Aid and Attitudes toward Refugees”

In Person

Register for the next in-person seminar organized by the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Research Cluster on Migration. Speakers: Melani Cammett, Clarence Dillon Professor of International Affairs and Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University Ahmet Akbiyik, PhD Candidate in Political Economy and Government, Harvard Kennedy School Melani Cammett is Clarence … Continue reading "Seminar: “Conditional Hospitality: A Research Design on the Relationship Between International Aid and Attitudes toward Refugees”"

You’re Invited: Our Beloved Community: A Conversation with Martin Luther King III

In Person

Join the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Office for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (FAS OEDIB) for Our Beloved Community: A Conversation with Martin Luther King III, moderated by Brandon Terry, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences on Thursday, February 2 at 5:00 PM in Sanders Theater. Admission is free, but tickets … Continue reading "You’re Invited: Our Beloved Community: A Conversation with Martin Luther King III"

Last Date to add/drop/change – HSPH Courses: Full Spring & Spring 1 Term

This is the last date for any student to submit enrollment transactions into HSPH courses. This is also the last date that an HSPH student can drop ANY course without permission. After this date, HSPH students can submit a petition to the Registrar’s Office via my.harvard to request a late drop, which will result in … Continue reading "Last Date to add/drop/change – HSPH Courses: Full Spring & Spring 1 Term"