SER is interested in engaging with other societies in an effort to encourage interdisciplinary research. Through collaboration, SER and members from the partnering societies are able to learn from each other and develop even better scientific inquiries. As scientists, our research benefits when we engage multiple perspectives from different fields and backgrounds, ultimately leading us toward greater scientific discoveries.
Intelligent Machines, Big Data and Epidemiology: From Ethics to Policy
October 16, 2018, 12pm EST
Registration is now open, click here.
To provide globally accessible educational opportunities for SER and ACE members on emerging topics of interest to both societies that focus on the intersection between epidemiologic research and public health policy and allow for enhanced interaction and scientific exchange between organizations.
Working Group Members:
Amy Millen (SER Representative)
Lorna Thorpe (SER Representative)
Pauline Mendola (ACE Representative)
Russell Kirby (ACE Representative)