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Chief of Channing Division of Network Medicine, Edwin Silverman, MD, PhD, CDNM's unique approach to understanding underlying biological mechanisms in order to treat and prevent disease.
The Channing Division of Network Medicine's 50th Anniversary Symposium convened hundreds of researchers and former trainees from across the scientific community, to celebrate five decades of discovery.
CDNM offers access to 3.2 million specimens from 300,000 subjects, questionnaires from renowned cohort studies, and advanced analytic computational power.
We are highly collaborative community of colleagues and mentors from diverse disciplines with an innovative network approach to our research. Learn about CDNM fellowships, training programs, and career opportunities.
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Flattening the Curve: Public health officials are asking Americans to practice social distancing to help “flatten the curve.” The curve represents the number of people who are infected with COVID-19 over a period of time. Flattening the curve means slowing the spread of a virus so that there aren’t as many people infected with COVID-19 at the same time. This is important because the U.S. health care system can only care for a certain number of infected patients at a given time. A flatter curve means that the demand for health care does not exceed the system’s capacity.