Health events in Boston 10/23 to 10/28

Thanks to Fred Hapgood and Boston Science and Engineering Lectures for most of these listings.  And, as he notes, do check Harvard events as some may not be open to the public or be in buildings with limited access.


The CCE focuses on understanding cancer evolution through a multi-disciplinary approach. Our goal is to understand the mechanisms behind tumor evolution, metastasis formation, emergence of drug resistance to ultimately provide more specialized and effective patient care in a variety of different cancer types. 

1 pm “The Effect of Shifting Global Health & Climate Change Policies on Malaria Eradication.”   Harvard School of Public Health.  The-Effect-of-Shifting-Climate-Change-Poster_final-1024x791


 Looking Back, Moving Forward: The Evolution of Malaria

12:00-1:30PM.  Snyder Auditorium, Kresge G1, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health


Boston Connected Health Conference. World Trade Center. Registration fee.


Markets, Morals, and Medicine.”   Michael Sandel.   Harvard Medical school :  Carl W. Walter Amphitheater.   Details, Registration.


“Contagion: Exploring Modern Epidemics.”   A symposium.   Harvard:  Knafel Center, 10 Garden St.   Details.

Reinforcement Learning for Healthcare.”   Finale Doshi-Velez.   Harvard:  Maxwell Dworkin G115.   Details, Abstract.


“Capturing Skeletons with Pencil and Paper.”   Erica Beade.   Harvard Museum of Natural History.   Details, Abstract, Registration.



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