Fostering Diversity in Biostatistics
March 19, 2023

March 19, 2023
10:00 am – 5:30 pm

The Eastern North American Region (ENAR) of the International Biometric Society will be hosting the 2023 Fostering Diversity in Biostatistics Workshop. The workshop will focus on connecting underrepresented minority students interested in biostatistics with professional (bio)statisticians in academia, government, and industry. The target audience will include high school, undergraduate, as well as graduate students.

The workshop will feature:

Registration is required. Lunch will be provided.

To learn more about the workshop, please contact:

Miguel Marino, PhD
Diversity Workshop Co-chair
Oregon Health & Science University
Phone: (503) 494-3233
Email: marinom@ohsu.edu

 

Danisha Baker, PhD
Diversity Workshop Co-chair
Microsoft
Phone: (404) 313-1893
Email: Danisha.Baker1@gmail.com

Diversity Workshop Planning Committee:
Scarlett Bellamy, Drexel University
Lorin Crawford, Microsoft
Tina Davenport, Duke University
Justine Herrera, Columbia University
Ana Ortega-Villa, NIH
Loni Tabb, Drexel University
Kay See Tan, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Jarcy Zee, University of Pennsylvania

 

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Workshop Registration Form

We are planning for an in-person meeting. However, because of uncertainty about how the pandemic situation will progress, this may not be possible, and we may decide to pivot to a virtual workshop if we cannot meet in person. Participants will be notified in advance if the workshop is virtual.

The ENAR Fostering Diversity in Biostatistics Workshop will consist of a series of informative speakers and panelists from various sectors (i.e., academia, industry, and government) at both professional and pre-professional levels that will provide participants with important insight into the field of Biostatistics. We also intend to engage participants in smaller, more intimate, roundtable discussions with professionals and students in the field. From the list below, please select up to two roundtable discussion topics that would be of the most interest to you.