Upcoming Events

  • April 23, 2015

    arrow-rightStatistical Analysis of Missing Data in Observational Studies: Methods & Applications

    Time: 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM

    Location: G3, Kresge, HSPH.

    Statistical Analysis of Missing Data in Observational Studies: Methods & Applications

    Nicholas Horton, ScD, professor in the Department of Biostatistics & Mathematics at Amherst College will present at this Harvard Catalyst Biostatistics Program short course. April 23, 2:30-5:30pm, G3, Kresge, HSPH.

     

  • April 25, 2015

    arrow-rightZoobiquity Boston Conference

    Time: 07:50 AM - 6:00 PM

    Location:

    Zoobiquity Boston Conference

    April 25, 2015

     

    Although the spectrum of clinical illness in human and non-human animals overlaps tremendously, veterinary and human clinicians often operate in largely separate professional silos. This conference is designed to bring together leading clinicians and scientists in both human and veterinary medicine to discuss the same diseases in a wide spectrum of animal species, including people, and to create conversations and relationships between human and veterinary colleagues confronted with similar clinical challenges.

    The registration fee will be reimbursed after the symposium for HMS students and doctoral candidates in the life sciences, and your Harvard ID must be presented at the conference. Please find more information and registration on the website.  

  • April 30, 2015

    arrow-rightSeminar: Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Alterations in Aging and Illness

    Time: 08:30 AM - 09:30 AM

    Location: Cable Synagogue, Hebrew SeniorLife

    Seminar: Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Alterations in Aging and Illness
    April 30, 2015

    Margaret Pisani, MD, MPH, a distinguished professor of medicine at Yale University School of Medicine, will speak at the Center of Excellence for Delirium in Aging: Research, Training, and Educational Enhancement (CEDARTREE) event on April 30, 8:30-9:30am, Cable Synagogue, Hebrew SeniorLife, 1200 Centre St, Boston. Parking is free, and a light breakfast will be served before the talk. Please contact Shin-Yi Lao to RSVP or for more information.

  • May 1, 2015

    arrow-rightConference: Mind Body Medicine and Cardiovascular Health

    Time: 08:30 AM - 5:00 PM

    Location: Bowles Conference Center, Shipley Auditorium, Newton-Wellesley Hospital

    Conference: Mind Body Medicine and Cardiovascular Health
    May 1, 2015

    The Mind Body Medicine and Cardiovascular Health conference will provide an overview of resilience-enhancing interventions to use with patients. More than a dozen faculty experts will lead scientific lectures and hands-on skills sessions that provide an introductory framework to expand your knowledge and competence in mind-body interventions. May 1, 8:30am-5:00pm, Bowles Conference Center, Shipley Auditorium, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, 2014 Washington Street, Newton, MA. 
    CME credit is available. Register with code DM to save $25. 

  • May 8, 2015

    arrow-rightLaw, Religion, and American Healthcare Conference

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    Law, Religion, and American Healthcare Conference – May 8-9, 2015

    The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law’s annual conference on May 8-9, 2015 aims to identify the various ways in which law intersects with religion and healthcare in the U.S.; understand the role of law in creating or mediating conflict between religion and healthcare; and explore potential legal solutions to allow religion and healthcare to simultaneously flourish in a culturally diverse nation. For complete information and to register, see the website

     

  • May 9, 2015

    arrow-rightLaw, Religion, and American Healthcare Conference

    Location:

    Law, Religion, and American Healthcare Conference – May 8-9, 2015

    The Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics at Harvard Law’s annual conference on May 8-9, 2015 aims to identify the various ways in which law intersects with religion and healthcare in the U.S.; understand the role of law in creating or mediating conflict between religion and healthcare; and explore potential legal solutions to allow religion and healthcare to simultaneously flourish in a culturally diverse nation. For complete information and to register, see the website.