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Machine Learning & Epidemics: A Modern Era in Health Innovation

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Featured, Technology & STEM

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Adults
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Join us for a Health Innovations lecture intertwining narratives on forward-thinking policy, science and technology that is shaping the future of healthcare in the modern era. Hear from Yale researchers Sabine Franklin and Dhananjay Bhaskar.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is one of the deadliest in human history, but is most likely not going to be the last one humanity will face in the years to come. In a world facing increasing and more complex global health challenges, how can current healthcare measures keep up? Innovations in recent years have been made in every step of the healthcare process, ranging from public health policies to drug discovery, potentially revolutionizing healthcare and improving patient outcomes. We invite you to join us for a Health Innovations talk series to hear intertwining narratives on forward-thinking policy, science and technology that are shaping the future of healthcare in the modern era.

Learn about the presenters here!