Third Annual DBEI & CCEB Research Day!

Third Annual DBEI & CCEB Research Day!

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Join us virtually as we showcase the highlights of our work in our third annual Research Day, on March 24!  Research Day is a joint project of the DBEI and the Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics. While we will miss seeing everyone in person, we are excited to feature a full keynote by Sue Curry, PhD (details below) and to add the robust benefits of an online research gallery.

Preliminary Outline of the Day

9 AM: Welcome, followed by in-depth looks at high-impact faculty research in biostatistics (Hongzhe Li, PhD and Pamela Shaw, PhD—DBEI Distinguished Faculty) epidemiology (Sean Hennessy, PharmD, PhD) and informatics (Blanca Himes, PhD—DBEI Distinguished Faculty). Plus: We announce our new class of DBEI Distinguished Faculty.

11:30 AM: Ten flash talks illustrate the work behind our highest-ranked poster presentations. Presenters vie for prizes!

12:30 PM: Lunch break. Browse our research posters and related videos in our online gallery; interact in our virtual poster session.

1:30 PM: We announce flash talk winners and culminate with the keynote "Population Health: Making Science Matter," by Sue Curry, PhD, our Brian L. Strom Visiting Professorship lecturer. Dr. Curry is recognized internationally for her expertise in behavioral science and in translation of research findings into health policy. Her work addresses ways to stop tobacco use, change diet, modify risky drinking patterns, and increase compliance with recommended cancer screening. Dr. Curry is emeritus Dean and Distinguished Professor in the Department of Health Management and Policy of the University of Iowa College of Public Health.

Questions? Contact Jennifer Forbes-Nicotera.

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