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2013-2014 Academic Year

Seminars

Current Topics in Epidemiologic Research (General Epi Seminar)

Friday, 12-1:20PM, also on two Mondays per month. Seminar schedules are posted quarterly.
Room W4030, Wolfe Street Building

Provides overview of proposed and ongoing research within the Epidemiology department or field and offers an opportunity for discussion and clarification of epidemiologic methods as applied in research settings. Available for 1 unit credit.

Journal Clubs

Welch Center Research Seminar

Tuesday, 12:00-1:00PM
2024 E. Monument Street; Suite 2-600

Student and faculty critically review publications focusing on cardiovascular disease and clinical epidemiology.

Grand Rounds

Clinical Research Grand Rounds at the Welch Center

Wednesday, 12:00-1:00PM
2024 E. Monument Street; Suite 1-500Q

Forum for presentation and discussion of research results by experts from inside or outside the Hopkins community.

Research in Progress

Welch Center Research in Progress

Last Monday of every month and preceeding Thursday, 12:00-1:20PM
2024 E. Monument Street; Suite 2-600

Monthly meeting where students present and discuss research proposals.

Methods and Ideas in Cardiovascular Epidemiology

          MICE meetings

          First and third Friday of every month, 10:00-11:00AM
          2024 E. Monument Street; Suite 2-600

        Informal meeting to review innovative approaches to ongoing research
        among faculty or students in the cardiovascular epidemiology program.

For speakers & location see:

Welch Center Teaching page

Department of Epidemiology

There are many other CVD-related activities and seminars planned and hosted outside the CVD Epi Training Program. Trainees are encouraged to be involved in the broader University community and to take advantage of these opportunities.

  

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