Topic: education

Symposium explores cancer stem cells and tumor metabolism

November 16, 2012 -- An emerging area of science is looking at not just how low-dose radiation harms cells, but also how cells respond to deal with this stress—and how science might harness those same mechanisms to benefit human health. On October 26-27,…

Malaria eradication is focus of leadership development course

More than 60 mid-career officials from a wide array of organizations attended a 12-day leadership development course on eradicating malaria that was organized by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) malaria expert [[Dyann Wirth]], Richard Pearson Strong Professor of Infectious Diseases. Held…

HSPH, Dana-Farber host sixth annual quantitative genomics conference

November 27, 2012 -- What does genome-wide analysis reveal about complex human traits? What’s the best way to design and analyze gene-sequencing studies? These were some of the questions addressed at the sixth annual PQG (Program in Quantitative Genomics) Conference, held November…

HSPH faculty teaching more undergraduate global health courses as demand grows

In response to growing undergraduate interest in global health, Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) faculty are teaching more courses for undergraduates, establishing a unique relationship with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. [[Christopher Duggan]], associate professor in the Department of Nutrition,…