Congratulations to Matthew Baum, Elena Glassman, Hanspeter Pfister, and Minttu Rönn, recipients of recent awards from the HDSI Trust in Science Fund. You can read more about their projects, and our previous awards, here.
The public discourse around trust in science has been too narrowly construed as a matter of believing the scientific pronouncements of national health authorities, argue Trust in Science faculty lead Sheila Jasanoff, along with her colleague Stephen Hilgartner in a recent piece in Verfassungsblog. Drawing on...
To elucidate why the virus has been so lethal in Lima, Peru, Biostats alum Isabel Fulcher PhD '18, currently a postdoctoral fellow in the HMS Department of Global Health and Social Medicine and the Harvard Data Science Initiative, will work with the Peruvian community health organization Socios En Salud to develop a better understanding of viral behavior in the Peruvian context.
We are delighted to announce that Harvard University and Elsevier have signed a Master Data Use Agreement (DUA) that will facilitate access by Harvard researchers to a large multidisciplinary and multimodal collection of Elsevier owned or managed datasets, including full-text article content, citation data, and curated data from different domains, including pharmacology and engineering. Under the terms of the Agreement, Harvard researchers will have the opportunity to access these datasets for research purposes at no cost.