Research core facilities provide highly-specialized services, equipment, and staff that would otherwise be too expensive for a single laboratory. Please join us at this poster showcase to learn about technologies and resources available through core facilities at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Chan School. Information will be provided on biological cores (including electron microscopy, high-throughput … Continue reading "Harvard Research Cores Showcase"
Focusing on the themes covered in FXB Visiting Scientist Cécile Aptel’s new book, Atrocity Crimes, Children and International Criminal Courts, this talk will center on the challenges international criminal courts face when handling atrocity crimes involving children. International criminal courts have paid inconsistent and limited attention to children and have instead focused on the experiences of … Continue reading "Nearly Invisible: Prosecuting Atrocity Crimes Committed Against or By Children"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8_0gucpfQ8 A Dr. Lawrence H. and Roberta Cohn Forum Working in the White House sounds glamorous. Running federal health programs sounds important. But what are these jobs really like? Our panelists will share the inside scoop: How they navigated tense politics, all-consuming crises, conflicting priorities, and (in some cases) a hostile press to advance the public health agendas of the Biden and Obama administrations. They’ll discuss their experiences and take your questions in this informal—but highly informative—discussion. Register for free … Continue reading "What’s it like to work in U.S. government? An insider’s perspective"
The Nutrition and Global Health Program is holding its next monthly seminar on Monday, December 4th from 1:00-2:00 pm EST over Zoom (virtual only). We are delighted to host Dr. Parul Christian, DrPH, MSc, Professor in the Department of International Health and Director of the Center for Human Nutrition (CHN) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg … Continue reading "NGH Program Monthly Seminar – Fortified balanced energy and protein (BEP++) supplementation for enhancing pregnancy and birth outcomes – an unfinished agenda"
Ning Wang, ScD Professor of Bioengineering College of Engineering Northeastern University
Our December Day of Service will offer opportunities to pitch in on multiple projects serving newly arrived refugee families, individuals without housing, and children living in shelters. You can make a meaningful contribution in just 15 minutes. Join us for cookies, cocoa, and community! Sponsored by the Dean's Office and the Harvard Chan Student Association.
Department of Epidemiology Seminar Series Speaker: Tyler J. VanderWeele, PhD John L. Loeb and Frances Lehman Professor of Epidemiology Department of Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Open to the public Factor analysis is often employed to evaluate the extent to which a single factor suffices to explain the variation in the individual … Continue reading "Perplexities, Paradoxes, and Power of Factor Analysis"
On Wednesday, December 6th, from 1-1:50 PM in FXB G12 or online, join us for the third installment in the Center’s Loneliness and Well-being Seminar Series, with guest speaker Dr. Koichiro Shiba. Accumulating evidence has demonstrated the health effects of social isolation and loneliness, suggesting that population-level efforts to promote social connectedness can be a … Continue reading "Promoting Social Connectedness for Health Equity: An Application of a New Analytical Framework"