In honor of International Women’s Day, Mathematica’s Candace Miller, Divya Vohra, Cindy Hu, and Sarah Hughes reflect on leadership, the toll that COVID-19 has taken on women, how they pivoted to help respond to the pandemic, and what the future of leadership by women looks like to them.
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Honoring the Leadership of Women During a PandemicMar 08, 2021
Updating the COVID-19 Risk Score Calculator to Reflect Recent EvidenceNov 16, 2020
Based on new evidence about COVID-19, we’re updating the 19 and Me app to better help people estimate how much risk the disease poses to them.
Innovating Together in the Midst of COVID-19May 04, 2020
Hosting our own hackathon was a chance to contribute to the COVID-19 response, and an opportunity to build new relationships with staff we don’t typically work with, promote the ideas of others, and encourage staff to leverage their creativity to think about problems.
In Montana, Wastewater Testing Sheds New Light on Opioid and Methamphetamine UseMar 25, 2020
Last year, Mathematica worked with researchers at Montana State University (MSU) to help assess the policy value of municipal wastewater testing, an innovative approach that can augment existing data by providing more rapid, cost-effective, and unbiased measures of drug use.
What’s in Our Water? New Research on Forever Chemicals in Drinking Water and Their Public Health ImplicationsJul 31, 2019
In this episode of On the Evidence, Cindy Hu, a Mathematica data scientist, discusses the prevalence of Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in our drinking water, as well as their health implications and ways to address them through public policy.