Women have played an integral role in the success of the Department of Biostatistics from its inception. Dr. Jane ...
For the fifth year in a row, Harvard, MIT, Microsoft Research New England, and now the Broad Institute, are proud to ...
Congratulations to Professor Xihong Lin who has been named the 2021 Mosteller Statistician of the Year! The award is in ...
They brainstormed and came up with a plan to use data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) to ...
A study published in the Journal of Affective Disorders by our recent Bell Fellow Leslie Adams, PhD, and her colleagues takes ...
A special discussion on “Eugenics and Statistics; Past, Present and Future” took place on Friday, February 26th with ...
In the 1980’s, there were millions of cases of Guinea worm disease across the globe, mostly in rural Africa. Donald Hopkins, MPH ’70, has spent 40 years working to eradicate this painful and ...
Boston, MA—Most pregnant women and mothers of children younger than 18 years old say they would receive a COVID-19 vaccine and vaccinate their children, according to a survey conducted by researchers ...
Ichiro Kawachi, MBChB, PhD, and his colleague Kazuhiro Abe, MD, PhD have written an op-ed in JAMA Health Forum that suggests ...
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every facet of life in the United States—including forcing corporations and nonprofit organizations in the health care sector to rethink their business models in ...
States across the U.S. are easing COVID-19 restrictions. But experts from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health say that the rollbacks are happening too soon, noting that recent declines in the ...
Harvard Chan School’s David Christiani says that U.S. workers need better protection from aerosol transmission of COVID-19. He is among a group of experts calling for more stringent federal ...