Video Archives

2017

Click here for a full listing of recorded sessions at SER’s 50th Anniversary Meeting

2016

Click here for a full listing of recorded sessions at the Epidemiology Congress of the Americas.

2015

Efficient Sampling to Enhance Studies with Longitudinal and Clustered Data

Session Chair: Dr. Timothy L Lash

Efficient Sampling to Enhance Studies with Longitudinal and Clustered Data
Efficient Sampling to Enhance Studies with Longitudinal and Clustered Data

Session Chair: Dr. Justin Lessler

Efficient Sampling to Enhance Studies with Longitudinal and Clustered Data
Simplifications That Don't Work: When Ignoring Competing and Recurrent Events Leads Down the Wrong Causal Path

Session Chair: Dr. Ian Shrier

Simplifications That Don’t Work: When Ignoring Competing and Recurrent Events Leads Down the Wrong Causal Path
Early Stage Investigators Session (ESI)
Community Engagement in Epidemiological Research

Session Chair: Dr. Bernard Harlow

Early Stage Investigators Session (ESI) Community Engagement in Epidemiological Research
Bayesian Methods in Causal Inference

Session Chair: Dr. Jess Edwards

Bayesian Methods in Causal Inference
Are Academic Promotion Expectations Consistent with the Current Research Climate? Drs. Diane Lauderdale, David Savitz, Michelle Williams

Session Chair: Dr. Andrew Olshan

Are Academic Promotion Expectations Consistent with the Current Research Climate? Drs. Diane Lauderdale, David Savitz, Michelle Williams
2015 Keynote Cassel Lecture
The Scientific Approach for Casual Inference

Dr. Judea Pearl

2015 Keynote Cassel Lecture
The Scientific Approach for Casual Inference
2015 Presidential Address

Dr. Timothy L. Lash

2015 Presidential Address
Developing Examples to Teach Epidemiologic Concepts

Session Chair: Penelope Howards

Developing Examples to Teach Epidemiologic Concepts
Causal Effects as Hypothetical Intervention Effects: Developments in Causal Inference

Session Chair: Nicolle Gatto

Causal Effects as Hypothetical Intervention Effects: Developments in Causal Inference
Teaching Introduction Epidemiology: What Should Students Learn and How Should We Teach It?

Session Chair: Daniel Brooks

Teaching Introduction Epidemiology: What Should Students Learn and How Should We Teach It?
2016 Tyroler Student Prize Paper Award Winner

Hailey Banack

2016 Tyroler Student Prize Paper Award Winner
2016 Lilienfeld Postdoctoral Prize Paper Award Winner

Ashley Naimi

2016 Lilienfeld Postdoctoral Prize Paper Award Winner
2016 Brian MacMahon Early Career Epidemiologist Award Winner

Sunni Mumford

2016 Brian MacMahon Early Career Epidemiologist Award Winner
2016 Excellence in Education Award Winner

Enrique Schisterman

2016 Excellence in Education Award Winner
2016 Career Accomplishment Award Winner

Louise Brinton

2016 Career Accomplishment Award Winner
2016 Distinguished Service to SER Award Winner

Joseph Lynn Lyon

2016 Distinguished Service to SER Award Winner

2014

2014 Presidential Address

Dr. Germaine Buck Louis

2014 Presidential Address
Pleasures, Pressures, and Surprises of Differential Privacy

Dr. Cynthia Dwork

Pleasures, Pressures, and Surprises of Differential Privacy
Methodological Considerations in Social Epidemiology 
Cassel Lecture

Dr. Tyler VanderWeele

Methodological Considerations in Social Epidemiology Cassel Lecture
2014 Early Career Award Winner

Dr. Daniel Westreich

2014 Early Career Award Winner
Then

Drs. Scott Davis and Kirsten Moysich

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Cancer
Then

Drs. David Siscovick and Cuilin Zhang

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Cardiovascular
Then

Drs. Carol Rowland and Suzanne Tough

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Perinatal
Then

Drs. Walter Willett and Whitney Robinson

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Nutrition
Then

Drs. Beate Ritz and Michael Bloom

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Occupation/Environment
Then

Drs. Patricia O'Campo and Arijit Nandi

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Social Forces
Then

Drs. Charles Poole and Nicole Gatto

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Causal Thinking
Induced Abortions and Risk of Preeclampsia among Nulliparous Women
Tyroler Lilienfeld Prize Paper Award Winner

Samantha Parker

Induced Abortions and Risk of Preeclampsia among Nulliparous Women Tyroler Lilienfeld Prize Paper Award Winner
2014 Distinguished Service to SER Award Winner

Dr. Susan Sacks

2014 Distinguished Service to SER Award Winner
2014 Career Accomplishment Award Winner

Dr. Lynn Rosenberg

2014 Career Accomplishment Award Winner
Applications of Quasi-Experimental Tools to Address Confounding and Missing Data

Session Chairs: Maria Glymour and Sarah Taubman

Applications of Quasi-Experimental Tools to Address Confounding and Missing Data
What do We Know and How do We Know it?

Session Chair: Dr. George Kaplan

What do We Know and How do We Know it?
Intersections Between Traditional Epidemiologic Methods and Simulation Modeling

Session Chairs: Daniel Westreich and Matthew Fox

Intersections Between Traditional Epidemiologic Methods and Simulation Modeling
Weight and Mortality - What Are the Controversies?

Session Chair: Katherine Flegal

Weight and Mortality – What Are the Controversies?
Professional Development 
Ask Anything: Leading Epidemiologists Answer Your Questions You Are Afraid to Ask

Drs. Donna Arnett, Sandro Galea, Bernie Harlow, Diane Lauderdale

Professional Development
Ask Anything: Leading Epidemiologists Answer Your Questions You Are Afraid to Ask
ESI: Building Interdisciplinary Research Teams

Session Chair: Bernie Harlow

ESI: Building Interdisciplinary Research Teams
Current Research in Lifecourse Epidemiology: Multigenerational, Prenatal, and Childhood Influences on Health

Session Chair: Kerry Keyes

Current Research in Lifecourse Epidemiology: Multigenerational, Prenatal, and Childhood Influences on Health
Selection Bias Due to Loss: An Old and Often Ignored Problem Revisited

Drs. Miguel Hernan and Susan Gruber

Selection Bias Due to Loss: An Old and Often Ignored Problem Revisited
Missing Information in Epidemiologic Research: Are We Missing the Point (and Interval Estimates)?

Session Chairs: Stephen Cole and Enrique Schisterman

Missing Information in Epidemiologic Research: Are We Missing the Point (and Interval Estimates)?
Then

Dr. Gary Friedman

Then & Now: Building on our History –
Forging our Legacy – Tobacco/Smoking

2013

Causal Inference: Why Bother?

Dr. Jennifer Ahern

Causal Inference: Why Bother?
Causal Inference: Why Bother? Q

Dr. Jennifer Ahern, et. al.

Causal Inference: Why Bother? Q&A
Causal Inference: Why Bother?

Dr. Magda Cerda

Causal Inference: Why Bother?
Casual Inference: Why Bother?

Dr. Maria Glymour

Casual Inference: Why Bother?
Causal Inference: Why Bother?

Dr. Maya Peterson

Causal Inference: Why Bother?
Early Stage Investigators

Dr. Bernard Harlow

Early Stage Investigators
On mentoring and being mentored: Eight questions and some answers

Dr. Sandro Galea

On mentoring and being mentored: Eight questions and some answers
Direct Effect of Birth Weight on Childhood Blood Pressure: A Causal Mediation Analysis

Dr. Jay Kaufman

Direct Effect of Birth Weight on Childhood Blood Pressure: A Causal Mediation Analysis
Multiply Robust Estimation of Total Effects in Multilevel Models

Dr. Maral DerSarkissian - OPEN ACCESS

Multiply Robust Estimation of Total Effects in Multilevel Models
Power and Sample Size Calculations for Mendelian Randomization Studies

Dr. C Mary Schooling

Power and Sample Size Calculations for Mendelian Randomization Studies
Visionary Epidemiology

Dr. Allen Wilcox - OPEN ACCESS

Visionary Epidemiology
SERtalks - New York, Interaction Analysis
Part One

Dr. Tyler VanderWeele - OPEN ACCESS

SERtalks – New York, Interaction Analysis Part One
SERtalks - New York, Interaction Analysis, Part Two

Dr. Tyler VanderWeele - OPEN ACCESS

SERtalks – New York, Interaction Analysis, Part Two
2012 Presidential Address

Dr. Polly Marchbanks

2012 Presidential Address
Teaching Epidemiology

Dr. Timothy Lash

Teaching Epidemiology
How to conduct or reply to peer review

Dr. Timothy Lash

How to conduct or reply to peer review
2013 Presidential Address 
Consequential Epidemiology

Dr. Sandro Galea

2013 Presidential Address
Consequential Epidemiology
Dealing with cranky editors and clueless reviewers: Tips on getting your paper published.

Dr. Allen Wilcox - OPEN ACCESS

Dealing with cranky editors and clueless reviewers: Tips on getting your paper published.
SER Social Media

Dr. Stephen Cole

SER Social Media
Benefits of SER membership

Dr. Germaine Buck Louis

Benefits of SER membership
2012 Annual Meeting Highlights

Dr. Polly Marchbank

2012 Annual Meeting Highlights
The Visual Display of Information: The Art of Numbers

Dr. Alyssa Goodman

The Visual Display of Information: The Art of Numbers
Early Stage Investigators 
Building a National Reputation

Dr. Bernie Harlow and Dr. Andy Olshan
OPEN ACCESS

Early Stage Investigators
Building a National Reputation
Fetal exposure and adult health: Reassessing the importance of fetal growth restriction

Dr. Allen Wilcox

Fetal exposure and adult health: Reassessing the importance of fetal growth restriction
Efficient Design for Mendaelian Randomization Studies: Subsample and Two-sample Instrumental Variable Estimators

Dr. Brandon Pierce

Efficient Design for Mendaelian Randomization Studies: Subsample and Two-sample Instrumental Variable Estimators
Surviving Competing Risks

Dr. James Robins

Surviving Competing Risks
Surviving Competing Risks

Dr. James Robins

Surviving Competing Risks
Age, Period, Cohort Effects in Epidemiology

Dr. Kerry Keyes

Age, Period, Cohort Effects in Epidemiology