New York City Epidemiology Forum (NYCEF)

Fifth Annual Conference

 

Rutgers School of Public Health

 

 

 

 

 

Aims

NYCEF provides a forum for regular contact and exchanges between epidemiologists working in academic and other institutions in the New York City Metropolitan Area, with a special focus on junior researchers, including junior faculty, post-docs, fellows, and doctoral students. NYCEF fosters increased awareness about research conducted in other institutions in New York City and surrounding areas, and provide opportunities for researchers to present their work, with the overall goals of promoting bilateral or multi-site collaborative projects and enhancing career opportunities for junior investigators

 

Participating Institutions

Institutions participating in NYCEF include: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, CUNY School of Medicine, CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Icahn Medical School at Mount Sinai, Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New Jersey Department of Health, New York Academy of Medicine, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, New York Medical College, New York University School of Medicine, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Rutgers University School of Public Health,  SUNY Downstate Medical Center, SUNY at Stony Brook, and Weill Cornell Medical College

 

Conference

The annual NYCEF conference provides a forum for epidemiologists working in the New York City area to present their work and discuss opportunities for collaborations. The Conference includes oral presentations, posters and discussion sessions. The Conference is expected to lead to new collaborative activities, such as networks with shared resources, joint educational programs, etc.

 

Abstract

Epidemiologists working in the New York City area are invited to submit an abstract through the Conference website, and to register for the Conference. A Scientific Committee, including representatives from each institution, reviews the abstracts, selects and assigns them to thematic sessions.

Abstracts are expected to include on-going or recently completed projects, as well as plans for new projects.  Abstracts will be collated in an e-book. Awards will be given to the best abstracts.

 

Practical Information

Conference website for abstract submission and registration: NYCEF Page

Deadline for abstract submission:

Notification of abstract selection:

Deadline for registration: 

 

No registration fee will be charged.

Refreshments (breakfast, lunch and afternoon coffee) will be provided.

 

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