A joint Department of Epidemiology and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program Seminar Speaker: Carol Hogue, ScD Professor Emerita of Epidemiology and Jules and Uldeen Terry Professor Emerita of Maternal and Child Health, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University Abstract: Life-threatening morbidity and mortality risks are central to maternal health care decision making, including … Continue reading "Can Dobbs Save Women from Dying of Forced Birth? Combining Epidemiologic Evidence with Constitutional Rational-Basis Review"
Rep. Dwight Evans represents a Philadelphia district awash in guns and raked by violence. He has developed an ambitious $50 billion plan to tackle gun violence at its roots with … Continue reading "View from the Hill: A conversation with Rep. Dwight Evans"
Please consider registering for “Reflections on Authenticity and the Strength Found in Life with Disability”, a webinar presented by Dr. Brooke Ellison, AB '00, MPP '04 from 12-1PM on Thursday, December 1st! … Continue reading "Reflections on Authenticity and the Strength Found in Life with Disability"
Aleksei Opacic, MSc, PhD candidate in sociology, Harvard University, and graduate student affiliate, Center for Population and Development Studies, will present “Does (higher) education tend towards egalitarianism? Evidence from a … Continue reading "Harvard Pop Center Social Demography Seminar: “Does (higher) education tend towards egalitarianism? Evidence from a causal transitions model.”"
Join the Department of Global Health and Population via Zoom for our weekly Thursday Brown Bag Series. On December 1st, Dr. Oyebanji Filani will present, “Facing Forward – Optimising Health … Continue reading "GHP Thursday Brown Bag Seminar Series"
Each year on December 3, International Day of Persons with Disabilities promotes the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities. The day raises awareness of the political, economic, social and … Continue reading "International Day of Persons with Disabilities"
Department of Epidemiology Seminar Speaker: Ran Balicer Chief Innovation Officer, Clalit Health Services & Founding Director, Clalit Research Institute Abstract: Israel relied heavily on real-world data in tackling the Covid-19 … Continue reading "Responding to Public Health Emergencies with Data-Driven Innovation: The Israeli Experience"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhjBBr7am-E A Dr. Lawrence H. and Roberta Cohn Forum Humans have been creating art for millennia — since long before the emergence of the written word. Now, researchers are beginning to document how both making and engaging with art can improve well-being. Art-based interventions have shown the potential to alleviate symptoms in conditions affecting both physical and mental health. And the emerging field of NeuroArts is spurring still more research into how creativity can shape the body, brain, and behavior. … Continue reading "Creativity and the brain: How the arts can shape well-being"