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 – Jennifer Ahern
Hello SER friends! I am thrilled that our annual meeting is just around the corner in Chicago – June 14-17, 2022. I look forward to seeing all of you in person. The SER Executive Committee has been working hard to put together an interesting and thought-provoking program. We have some fantastic plenary speakers: Dr. Zeynep Tufekci who will share her perspectives on the Covid-19 pandemic, Dr. Michael Mina who will discuss SARS-CoV-2 testing, and Dr. Joseph L. Graves who will provide critical perspectives on race, ancestry, genetics and disease. We will be honoring an impressive set of SER award winners. It is not too late to register – if you are starting to feel some FOMO, join us. For those who are unable to attend in person due to health or other considerations, I look forward to catching up with you in the future. We apologize that we are unable to offer a hybrid option for this 2022 annual meeting – the logistics, costs, and hotel obligations unfortunately made this impossible. Read more
SPC President’s Message – John Pamplin II
It’s June, which means it’s time for my final entry into the live journal colloquially known as the SPC President’s address! That’s right, in a few short weeks, I will be relinquishing the reigns of the SPC and riding off into the sunset into the SPC Past President position (or as I like to call it, SPC President Emeritus). Fortunately, the SPC will be in great hands with Sharia Ahmed taking over the show. I’d like to thank Sharia and all the other members of the SPC board for all of their hard work this year. And though I will be remaining on the board in a different role, I’d like to give a special shout out to those members rotating off: Nedghie Adrien, Jen Mongiovi, Alvin Thomas, and Matt Mietchen. If you happen to come across any of them at the annual meeting, please join me in letting them know how much we appreciate them for all of their efforts these last two (challenging) years. Read more
2022 SERelections – Welcome new Board Members!
President-Elect: Bill Miller
Board Member – Scientific Dissemination Committee: Laura Balzer
SPC President-Elect: Nedghie Adrien
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.
#2022 SER Membership
It’s time to renew your membership for SER2022!
- 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
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Learn about SERmembers Augusto César F. De Moraes and Veronica E McSorley! From what sparked their interest in becoming an epidemiologist to advice for students who want to become an epidemiologist. Click here to learn more.
SERlibrary – Are you utilizing all the resources available to SER Members?
- SERdigital – “Health disparities research in epidemiology: present and future directions”
- SERplaylists – New list uploaded! “Challenges and Opportunities for Causal Inference in Molecular Epidemiology” – Jonathan Huang and Brian Whitcomb
- SERpodcasts – New episodes – Epidemiology Counts – “The Microbiome: our gut, our health”
- SERpodcasts – New episodes – SERious Epi – “Cohort Studies”
- Society Collaborations
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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.