SERexperts

Presentations by experts in the field that are put on the web, most (but not all) behind the member log-in page, synthesizing key areas in the field.  In addition to solicited presentations, key talks from SER annual conferences will also be posted.

SERexperts Live Event!

September 11, 2019, 12-1pm EST


Grant Writing for Early Career Epidemiologists, Part I: Writing Your Own Postdoctoral Training Grant (Fs and Ks)

Join us for the first in a 3-part series about grant writing for trainees! This webinar will focus on topics relevant to NIH postdoc Fs and Ks: general application requirements, submission timelines, and recommended resources. Our panel includes current and prior awardees, along with an experienced mentor. After describing their own experiences, the panelists will answer any questions you have about the process.    

Mentor

Maria Glymour
University of California, San Francisco

K99 Awardee

Michael Harhay
University of Pennsylvania

K Awardee

Traci Bethea
Boston University

F Awardee

Stephanie Leonard
Stanford University

Moderator

Julie Petersen
Boston University

"Faculty Job Search for Epidemiologists"

SPC Career Development Webinar

“Faculty Job Search for Epidemiologists”
Your Social Media and Online Presence as an Epidemiologist

SPC Career Development Webinar

Your Social Media and Online
Presence as an Epidemiologist
Working in or with Private Industry:
The Good, the Bad,

Dr. John Acquavella

Working in or with Private Industry:
The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
Immortal Time Bias

Dr. Robert Platt

Immortal Time Bias
Navigating Manuscript Submissions: What You Forgot to Learn in Grad School

Drs. Cande Ananth, Edward Kim, Alfredo Morabia

Navigating Manuscript Submissions: What You Forgot to Learn in Grad School
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
Instrumental Variables Analysis: An underused tool for epidemiologists

Dr. Maria Glymour

Instrumental Variables Analysis: An underused tool for epidemiologists
How to conduct or reply to peer review

Dr. Timothy Lash

How to conduct or reply to peer review
Dealing with cranky editors and clueless reviewers: Tips on getting your papers published

Dr. Allen Wilcox

Dealing with cranky editors and clueless reviewers: Tips on getting your papers published
Age, Period, Cohort Effects in Epidemiology

Dr. Kerry Keyes

Age, Period, Cohort Effects in Epidemiology
On mentoring and being mentored: Eight questions and some answers

Dr. Sandro Galea

On mentoring and being mentored: Eight questions and some answers
Planning and Managing a Post-doctoral Fellowship

Dr. Andrew Olshan

Planning and Managing a Post-doctoral Fellowship