Leveraging Existing Data and Analytic Methods for Health Disparities Research Related to Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Workshop
We are delighted to invite submissions for poster presentations at the upcoming NIA-funded Leveraging Existing Data and Analytic Methods for Health Disparities Research Related to Aging and Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Workshop scheduled to take place on March 11-12, 2024 at JB Duke Hotel, Durham. We welcome contributions from early-stage investigators and post-doctorate associates from diverse fields to showcase their work and engage in vibrant discussions. Topics: • Blood Biomarkers and Heath Disparities in AD/ADRD • New Topics in AD/ADRD Heath Disparities Research • Quantitative Methods for Analyses of Disparities • Using Medicare Data for Heath Disparities in AD/ADRD • Place-Based Factors and Health Disparities in AD/ADRD • Environmental Factors and Heath Disparities in AD/ADRD • Perspectives in Health Disparities Research Submission Guidelines: • Poster presentations should align with the theme of the event and cover original research, case studies, innovative practices, or relevant projects. • Submissions must include a brief abstract (maximum 250 words) outlining the content and significance of the poster. • Each submission should include the title of the poster, the names of the authors, their affiliations, and contact information. • Posters should be visually engaging and effectively communicate the key findings or insights of the work. Required size, if accepted, vertical layout: 26x33 inches (26-horisontal, 33-vertical). Important Dates: • Deadline for Poster Submissions: February 23, 2024 • Notification of Acceptance: March 1, 2014 How to Submit: Please submit your poster abstract and details via NIAworkshopADRD@duke.edu. For any inquiries or assistance, please contact NIAworkshopADRD@duke.edu. Benefits of Participation: • Opportunity to present your work to a diverse audience of peers, experts, and professionals. • Networking opportunities and interactions with fellow presenters and attendees. • Visibility and recognition of your research or project within the academic and professional community. Event Details: https://sites.duke.edu/adrd/ We look forward to receiving your submissions and to the enriching discussions that will take place at the fourth annual Health Disparities Workshop, the event will be held in hybrid (in-person/online) format. Join us in contributing to the intellectual exchange and advancement of knowledge.
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