HSPH receives CEO Cancer Gold Standard accreditation
HSPH is leading by example when it comes to promoting workplace wellness and encouraging healthier behavior. The CEO Roundtable on Cancer
recently accredited the School with the CEO Cancer Gold Standard™
recognizing its efforts to reduce the risk of cancer for employees and covered family members by promoting healthy lifestyle choices, encouraging early detection through cancer screenings, and ensuring access to quality treatment.
Deans announce new challenge
HSPH Dean Julio Frenk joined deans from across the University in announcing $150,000 in new entrepreneurship challenges. Sponsored by the deans and hosted by the Harvard Innovation Lab
, the Deans' Cultural Entrepreneurship Challenge and the Deans' Health and Life Sciences Challenge call on undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral candidates across the University to tackle social issues head-on. Students are encouraged to build cross-disciplinary teams and apply their diverse interests, knowledge, and expertise as they create innovative solutions to challenges in the fields of culture and health.
HSPH faculty members honored
Brendan Manning, William Mair, Ashish Jha
Brendan Manning and William Mair were honored by The Ellison Medical Foundation. Ashish Jha was named a fellow at the West Health Policy Center. VIDEO: NFL chief talks player safety at HSPH
Commissioner Roger Goodell spoke to a packed HSPH audience about player safety in both pro and youth sports.
HSPH, Dana-Farber host genomics conference
Attendees at the sixth annual PQG (Program in Quantitative Genomics) Conference explored what genome-wide analysis reveals about complex human traits and how best to design and analyze gene-sequencing studies.
On My Own Time exhibition accepting submissions
Staff, faculty, students, and academic appointees can submit work showcasing their personal talents -- for example photography, writing, basket-weaving -- to the On My Own Time exhibition. Submissions are due December 10. Work will be displayed in HSPH's FXB lobby and in Harvard Medical School's Gordon Hall 3rd floor Atrium.