The Department of Health Sciences Research offers weekly, monthly and bimonthly seminars to advance understanding and share findings in biomedical statistics and informatics, epidemiology, data analysis approaches, programming, and more.
- Department of Health Sciences Research seminars. Weekly seminars by the department faculty and staff.
- Informatics Grand Rounds. Monthly seminars on the challenges and promises of bioinformatics. Grand Rounds seminars link genomic findings with clinical outcomes and join bioinformatics with medical informatics.
- Genetic-epidemiology journal club. Monthly topic-oriented journal club meetings. Typically, one session is used to review a historical paper on a chosen topic and the remaining sessions are used to discuss current papers in the topic.
- MicroArray journal club. Bimonthly journal club to review journal articles on techniques to analyze microarray data.
- Proteomics journal club. Bimonthly journal club to review journal articles on techniques to analyze proteomics data.
- Applied statistics seminar. Monthly seminar on various statistical methods employed by the staff in the Department of Health Sciences Research.
- SAS, S-Plus, Unix, mainframe, internet, technology (SUMIT). Monthly seminar on various programming methods employed by the staff in the Department of Health Sciences Research.