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SPC

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.

Stay up to date on what’s happening through our Twitter feed and SER Calendar!

TWITTER

.@leskocar & @ProfMattFox will lead a panel of experts discuss some of their favorite tips, tricks & methods that may not usually be taught in epi classes. Presentation duration ~7-10 minutes (sorry @JohnColtrane). #SER2021 https://t.co/TwW8shpMBy https://t.co/mT1uGW3x1F
h J R
@societyforepi
Can instrumental variables become a core tool for health research? Join session chair @WillaBrenowitz in a discussion of cross-disciplinary perspectives on IVs and their utility to improve understanding of causes of poor health Jun 25 @ 10:15 am – 11:45 am MT. #SER2021
h J R
@societyforepi
Dissertations are tough. Join Matthew Kiang, Chanelle Howe, John Jackson, and Kerry Keyes for discussion on choosing a topic, funding, data access, and finding a mentor for a special "Roadblocks on getting your dissertation done" session this time next week. #SER2021
h J R
@societyforepi

SER Calendar

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