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Established in 1968 to foster epidemiologic research, the Society for Epidemiologic Research is the oldest and largest general epidemiology society in North America.

Apr
21
Journal Club
Isabelle Malhamé will discuss the article " Identifying cardiovascular severe maternal morbidity in epidemiologic studies".
Apr
28
#TwitterTakeover with Ashley Geczik
Join @AshleyGeczik for a #TwitterTakeover!
May
12
#MeToo
The purpose of this symposium is to recognize sexual harassment in our field, consider the consequences, and identify corrective ways forward.
May
26
#TwitterTakeover with Dr. Emily Goldmann
Join @emsugo for a #TwitterTakeover!

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#SER2021
June 22-25, 2021

Planning for the 2021 Conference is now underway! Click here to learn more.

CONFERENCE FORMAT UPDATE- Special Statement on 2021 Meeting from the SER President, click here.

Membership

SERlibrary

Annual Meeting

@societyforepi

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If you haven't yet, make sure to read the new @AmJEpi paper by @sandrogalea titled "Reckoning with our biases in epidemiology" about #bias present in the field of #epidemiology itself https://t.co/P5Fl9ov4ce
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@societyforepi

- 1 day ago

#SERmember spotlight on #epidemiologist and professor @UCDavisHealth Irva Hertz-Picciotto who studies #environmentalepi and #autism. Learn more at her Wikipedia page https://t.co/5ZXvf7oVEL #epidemiology #WomenInSTEM
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@societyforepi

- 1 day ago

@EllenM_Santos is leading an #SER workshop called "Toward Self-sustaining Public Health Interventions: Can we use Social Business in Epidemiology?" on June 11th. More info on this and other #SER2021 pre-meeting workshops can be found here: https://t.co/CG4LIQqfCv
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