BBI Senior Director of Research and Evaluation Meera Adya to Speak at Population Health Symposium at Syracuse University
October 24, 2018
Dr. Meera Adya will join the Center Directors panel discussion at the Population Health Symposium on November 2nd, 2018 at Syracuse University. The one-day mini conference aims to build interdisciplinary relationships between researchers to generate proposals for external funding in the area of population health. Following the panel discussion participants will have the opportunity to brainstorm ideas for specific funding proposals during breakout sessions centered around major themes: Child & Maternal Health, Environmental Health, Addiction & Mental Health, Veterans, Trauma, & Violence; Disability; and Health-Related Policy. The Population Health Symposium is a CUSE Grant project convened by the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion, Aging Studies Institute, Falk College, SUNY Upstate, and SUNY ESF.
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