Scholarship* application deadline: March 16, 2018
Implementation science aims to bridge the “know-do” gap by using rigorous methods to study, test, and evaluate strategies to improve integration of evidence-based practice into public health programs and policy. Participants in the mini-course will be introduced to a range of implementation science methods, ranging from designing quasi-randomized studies to conducting qualitative research.
Date/Time: Tuesday, July 31st, 2018; from 9:00am – 10:00am (EST)
Speaker: David Scadden, MD; Professor of Medicine at Harvard University
Title: Making Stem Cell Transplants a Reasonable Option in HIV Disease
Registration Link: https://goo.gl/w8jz1F
This 2 day event will have invited lectures by key research leaders from both the broader Microbiome field, as well as HIV/Microbiome investigators, oral abstract presentations and poster presentations. The conference will be unique in its approach, as it will engage basic scientists and clinicians from the HIV field and leading scientists involved in microbiome researchs. Registration is free. There will also be a Young Investigator Scholarship program to support travel, to encourage participation of emerging investigators.
The program including the speakers can be found at link to the website is below.
For specific questions, please contact the Organizing Secretariat Kun-Chieh Wu <firstname.lastname@example.org