NOVEMBER 4 NOV 4
2015
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
WEDNESDAY WED

Population Health Sciences and Big Data

Lunchtime SEPI workshop with optional BRN credits

The PHS has over 350 affiliate members and 10 working groups comprised of scientists and physicians from across the university and its medical institutions. These individuals share the common goal of leveraging populationlevel evidence to revolutionize care at the bedside and to improve the overall health of society. Dr. Cullen’s talk will give an overview of the Center, its available resources and future direction. He will describe ways in which the Center can make data and other resources available to researchers, foster collaborative efforts and further research.

Register here: http://bit.ly/CTR5040

Sponsored by Stanford Education Planning Initiative (SEPI)

Key takeaways:

1. An understanding of the discipline of population health sciences generally and what it looks like at Stanford.

2. The mission of the new Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences (PHS).

3. What Stanford PHS already accomplished.

4. What kind of research opportunities are available.

Location

Stanford University School of Medicine
318 Campus Dr, Clarke Center, Rm S360 (through door on back wall of Peet's coffee)
Palo Alto, CA 94305
USA

Speaker

Mark Cullen, MD

Director, Stanford Center for Population Health Sciences, Professor of Medicine and Division