Please join the Maternal and Child Health Center of Excellence virtually for an information session on the Maternal and Child Health concentration, September 13th from 1-2pmET
As we have witnessed in recent years, there has been a lot of confusion around the use of race and ethnicity in medicine and medical algorithms. At the 7th annual Precision Medicine conference of the Harvard Medical School Department of Biomedical Informatics, organized by department chair Isaac "Zak" Kohane, we are focusing on how race … Continue reading "Precision Medicine 2021: Race & Ethnicity"
Event Description In December 2020, first trimester abortion was legalized in Argentina with the passage of Law 27.610. This historic move presents an inflection point for Argentine democracy, as well as a case study in how rights concepts can be deployed effectively to advance reproductive justice. In this event, key actors in the long struggle … Continue reading "Engendering Democracy: The Significance of Abortion Legalization in Argentina"
Please join us for Harvard Catalyst Research Day, where C/T Research Academy second-year trainees will present the results of their research projects as a capstone requirement, and first-year trainees will present their preliminary findings. Trainees who have completed the two-year program will each receive a certificate of completion. KL2/Catalyst Medical Research Investigator Training program 2019 … Continue reading "Harvard Catalyst Research Day"
Event Description What does health justice mean? How does health justice relate to other frameworks for advocacy, teaching, research, and scholarship? And how should the community be involved in efforts to realize health justice? Scholars, advocates, and activists will reflect on these questions for the Petrie-Flom Center’s latest digital symposium, which will run on Bill of Health. … Continue reading "Health Justice: Engaging Critical Perspectives in Health Law and Policy"
Department of Epidemiology Seminar Series Speaker: Lorelei Mucci, ScD Professor of Epidemiology, Department of Epidemiology Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Abstract: In the United States alone, 3.6 million men are prostate cancer survivors, and this number is expected to rise with the aging of the population as well as the approval of newer … Continue reading "Building a Global Cohort of Advanced Prostate Cancer Survivors"
In an episode jointly presented by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, we'll talk through some of the practical things we can do now to support physical and mental health in our schools. And we’ll explore larger issues of equity, community building, and other themes … Continue reading "Education Now | Keeping Our Schools Healthy"
This is the last date that HSPH students are able to enroll in, drop without penalty, or change cross-registered courses.
Join the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative on Zoom for our Virtual Student Open House. Learn about our research and educational programs, and find out how to get involved through research assistant positions, internships, and humanitarian-focused student events. This event is open to Harvard students, staff, and faculty. Register at http://hsph.me/hhiopenhouse