A survey of Medical School students found that one in five students screened positive for depression, and only one in five of those students reported that they had been treated.
Dozens of Harvard affiliates rallied on the steps of Widener Library Monday advocating for workers’ and immigrants’ rights.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard-affiliated teaching hospital, will offer a voluntary contract buyout for 1,600 employees to downsize its staff amid increasing expenses.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital—a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital—will pay $10 million to resolve allegations of research fraud, the United States Attorney’s Office announced Thursday.
Raj Panjabi, an instructor at Harvard Medical School, is the winner of the $1 million 2017 TED Prize.
Marchers head down Huntington Avenue from the Longwood Medical Area to join Boston’s March for Science at Boston Common.
“We march because our future depends on the future of science," said University President Drew G. Faust.
While some undergraduates said they were excited to learn that Dutch dance DJ Tiësto would headline Friday’s Yardfest, for others, the announcement only prompted the question: Tiësto who?
An online Harvard Medical School course that focuses on opioid abuse treatment and prevention has drawn over over 7,500 enrollees since its launch on March 27.
Five Harvard affiliates are slated to speak at a “March for Science” in Boston Common on April 22.
“I think seven minutes is a good window of time. So I don’t really see a reason to mess with the system,” Allison S. Chang ’19 said.
Harvard Medical School will launch its first online certificate program this summer for people considering health careers, offering four paid courses on topics in medicine.
Harvard students, researchers, and professors are planning concurrent Marches for Science the morning of April 22, joining over 400 demonstrations around the world in support of continued role for science in public life.
Harvard researchers found lower rates of depression among undocumented immigrants eligible for the federal administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy.