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Mobility data can be potent tool in fighting COVID-19

Location and mobility data collected through apps and smartphones can play an important role in measuring the impact of social distancing efforts and refining interventions to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a March 23, 2020 letter in Science…

Q&A: The fits and starts of science

January 21, 2020—It’s been a busy year for Robert Farese, Jr. In January 2019, Farese was appointed chair of the Department of Genetics and Complex Diseases—now known as the Department of Molecular Metabolism—and he continues to co-run a…

In Memoriam: Marc Mitchell

In Memoriam | Marc Mitchell Marc Mitchell passed away suddenly on June 25 while hiking in Alaska. He was 70. Mitchell was a lecturer in global health at Harvard Chan School for 20 years, where he taught and…

Faculty News

AWARDS & HONORS Caroline Buckee, associate professor of epidemiology and associate director of the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics, received the 2019 Alice Hamilton Award at a ceremony at the School in April. Presented by the Committee on…