Subject: Registration Open: Public Health Research at Maryland Conference

Description:
Registration is open for the eighth annual Public Health Research at Maryland
conference!

Please share this opportunity with your students, faculty and staff and
others as this Mpower-sponsored event is free and open to all! Researchers
from all disciplines at both the University of Maryland, Baltimore and
University of Maryland, College Park are invited to share their research for
the poster session. Student-presented research will be judged and prizes
awarded.

Anyone can attend one or more of the sessions focused on timely issues
related to strengthening public health, combatting health misinformation, and
learning from the challenges of 2020 to improve health and promote equity.

The opening session features a conversation between University System of
Maryland leaders, including UMCP President Darryll Pines, UMB President Bruce
Jarrell, School of Medicine Dean Al Reece, Chancellor Jay Perman and others,
moderated by School of Public Health Dean Boris Lushniak and Dr. Jay
Magaziner (SOM EPH) and focused on their vision for leadership in the context
of COVID-19, structural racism, economic challenges and climate change.

We’re honored to have noted epidemiologist Dr. David Michaels, as this
year’s keynote speaker. His address is titled, “Science and Policy to
Support Healthy People 2030: The Imperative to Rebuild and Reimagine Our
Public Health Infrastructure.”

We've greatly benefited from the participation of Baltimore colleagues in the
past and would love to see more participation this year from UMB given the
virtual format!

Learn more at go.umd.edu/publichealthresearch
Register by April 11 at: go.umd.edu/registerphrm21
Submit a poster by March 31 at: go.umd.edu/phrm-poster21

Dushanka V. Kleinman DDS, MScD
Associate Dean for Research and Professor
University of Maryland School of Public Health

Event Location: School of Public Health
Contact Person: School of Public Health
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]

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