Public Health Research@Maryland
Join us on April 4, 2013 for the first annual Public Health Research@Maryland, an MPowering the State event sponsored by the School of Public Health and the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health in the School of Medicine.
Public Health Research@Maryland 2013 will showcase and enhance collaborative research relevant to promoting the public's health. The day-long event will be launched by a keynote lecture given by D.A. Henderson, and will be followed by activities that include a poster session, networking panel roundtables and a closing reception.
We invite faculty and student researchers across both campuses, as well as community and state partners, to take part in activities that bring together diverse disciplines developing solutions for healthy lifestyles, families, communities and policies.
Under the MPowering the State initiative, plans for a collaborative School of Public Health are underway, and this inaugural event will highlight complementary strengths and ongoing collaborations, and build new bridges to promote health in Maryland and beyond.
View the complete details on the Public Health Research@Maryland website.
The School of Public Health formerly held an annual Research Interaction Day to stimulate networking between faculty members and students. You can search research topics presented as part of this event from 2009-2012.