The mission of the SER-Student & Post-Doc Committee (SER-SPC) is to facilitate the educational experiences and professional development of students in epidemiology-related disciplines by providing information, resources, and networking opportunities; facilitating student exchange of research ideas; and providing service to the SER and advancing and promoting the SER-SPC. The SER-SPC encompasses all students including non-PhD level students and professionals.

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Several considerations are needed in building risk prediction models which guide therapy and determine course of action in clinical fields. For an overview of the topic, check out this SERplaylist: https://t.co/6EipOBfCFm
Rothman looks at causes in a historical @AmJEpi article: https://t.co/qB4d3TyMVg #SER50thAnniversary
Kaslow et al look at the multicenter AIDS Cohort study in the historical @AmJEpi article: https://t.co/dvHRlshl1B #SER50thAnniversary

SER Calendar

Journal Club
Erline E. Martinez-Miller will discuss the article "Longitudinal Associations of US Acculturation With Cognitive Performance, Cognitive Impairment, and Dementia: The Sacramento Area Latino Study on Aging".

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