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Inaugural UAB cohort studies symposiumCohort Symposium Flyer

Objectives:
Learn about large cohort studies being led by UAB investigators.
Lean how you can access and use collected data/specimens for manuscripts/preliminary data for grant proposals.
Identify opportunities for ancillary studies using data/specimens that have been collected and through new data collection
Meet the study investigators to brainstorm future manuscripts and grants.

 

Cohorts


Cohorts:

CNICS Logo  Presented by Dr. Michael Saag 
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 Cardia logo  Presented by Dr. Cora E. Lewis
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MROS Presented by Dr. James Shikany
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REasons for Geographic and Racial DIfferences in Stroke Study
 Presented by Drs. George and Virginia Howard
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 WIHS LOGO transparent macs  Presented by Dr. Mirjam-Colette Kempf
WIHS Website      MACS Website

Evaluation

Cohort Symposium Follow Up

Thanks again for attending the Inagural UAB Cohort Studies Symposium in January. We’d like to provide an opportunity for you to follow-up with the principal investigators from the cohorts presented to help you move forward with any ideas for collaboration you may have had. We anticipate this follow-up session to take place in August 2019.
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Thank you for completing this survey. Should you wish to be connected to any of these cohorts in the future, please feel free to contact Madeline Gibson: mmjean@uab.edu. Have a nice day!

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Please let us know the type of collaboration you are interested in (ancillary study, manuscript, preliminary data, etc.) and the topic (e.g., cognition, diabetes, etc.) of interest. We want to make sure we have the correct team members available to answer your questions in August.
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Registration

REGISTRATION IS NOT YET OPEN FOR THE 2020 SYMPOSIUM

Sponsors


Sponsored by:

Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR)
Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS)
Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education (COERE)
Comprehensive Cardiovascular Center
Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center
Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging

CFAR LOGO  MHRC logo   ccts logo
 nathan shock center  cardiovascular center logo  COERE logo