Seminars

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.