SER issues a bi-monthly newsletter from SER to all its members, which will include key dates and information on upcoming events. Issues are released in February, April, June, September and November of each year. SERnews also includes notices sent to members through out the year.
President’s Message – Onyebuchi Arah
I can’t believe it’s November! This means we are more than halfway through the quarter or semester for those in academia or nearing the end of the work year. The holiday season and the end of another challenging year are fast approaching. Naturally, there are SER reasons for looking forward to Fall and the New Year. We are preparing for our 2023 Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon, and the 2023 Mid-Year Meeting. Our plans are buoyed by the growth in size, diversity, and increasing global reach of our membership. Read More
SPC President’s Message – Sharia Ahmed
Alright Students and Postdocs, it’s time to start gearing up for SER submission season! Yes, the Annual Meeting is half a year away. Yes, there are midterms and finals and projects that need your attention. But whatever you’re able to do now is going to set up your SER experience for next year. So here we go (*cracks knuckles*). Read more
#SER2023 in Portland!
#SER2023 is scheduled to be held in Portland, Oregon June 13-16, 2023.
There are many ways to get involved with the 2023 Conference – Check out the ‘Call for Submissions‘ page!
Dates to mark on your calendar:
- Abstract Submission – Now Open! – Due January 13th
- Award Submission – Now Open! – Due January 13th
- Course Development Workshop – Now Open! – Due February 3rd
- Student Dissertation Workshop – Now Open! – Due February 3rd
Visit the Conference Page to stay up to date on all conference details!
SER Mid-Year Meeting
Don’t miss out on the 2023 SER Mid-Year Meetings events.
- March 1, 2023 – Mid-Year Meeting Workshop
“Developing Competencies for Doctoral Students in Epidemiology”
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- March 2, 2023 – Mid-Year Meeting – California
Join us live from The University of California, Berkeley
“Epidemiologic Tools for Social Impact”
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- March 14, 2023 – Mid-Year Meeting – Mexico
Join us live from National Institute of Public Health/School of Public Health, Cuernavaca, Morelos, México.
“Mexico – US experiences and needs in epidemiology”
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There are many reasons people join SER. Visit the ‘Why Join SER’ page to learn about various reasons from current SER members! Click here to learn more.
#2023 SER Memberships – Now Open!
Check out the many benefits to being a member of SER!
- Access to SERlibrary
- Reduced Rates to the Annual Meeting
- Access to the Mid Year Meeting
- Eligible for SERawards and Travel Scholarships
- Eligible to participate in the SERmentoring program
- Participate in SER Elections
- Access to the SER Job Board
- Lots of discounts for AJE and Oxford
Click here to learn more about membership benefits.
Click here to renew!
Learn about SERmembers Jennifer Dykxhoorn and Ejakuwa Abubakar!
From what sparked their interest in becoming an epidemiologist to advice for students who want to become an epidemiologist. Click here to learn more.
Don’t miss the exciting line up of SER events!
- November 9 – SERdigital – “The Promise and Perils of Machine Learning Approaches in Epidemiologic Research”
- November 24 – #TwitterTakeover
- December 28 – #TwitterTakeover
- February 22 – #TwitterTakeover
- March 8 – #SER-SPC Career Development
SERlibrary – Are you utilizing all the resources available to SER Members?
- SERdigital – “Health disparities research in epidemiology: present and future directions”
- SERexperts – “The United States post Roe: Impacts on abortion access, public health, and research gap”
SERplaylists – New list uploaded! “Plausible counterfactuals in the study of structural racism and population health” – Anusha Vable, Zinzi Bailey, and Julia Raifman
- SERpodcasts – New episodes – Epidemiology Counts “Epidemiology vs .Population Health: Two sides of the same coin?”
- SERpodcasts – New episodes – SERious Epi – “Confounding with never go away” – Maya Mathur
Check it out here!
Members of the Society for Epidemiologic Research (SER) are active in many circles and we would love to highlight the work that everyone is doing! We invite members (and especially student and post-doctoral members) to provide information about recent media reports covering their work or quoting them, publications or major events (awards, dissertation defense announcements) for the @societyforepi twitter account to promote and share.
Universities around the world have moved to online delivery of education in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the wake of this change, courses, course content, e-journal clubs, and other material and events are becoming more readily share-able and available to students and practitioners regardless of geographic location. SER would like to serve as a resource page for students, faculty and practitioners to share and access FREE educational content, both live lectures and recorded or printed material.