We are currently accepting proposals for APHS Workshop in our Breakfast Club to be held at the Annual Meeting in San Francisco on Sunday, Oct. 25, 2020!
The Applied Statistics Workshop focuses on the introduction, application, and implementation of current statistical and biostatistical methodologies. Requirements for the application are below.
The applied statistics workshop is sponsored by APHS, and the purpose is to help young researchers, graduate students and any other person who wants to broaden their statistical expertise. To apply to present this workshop, please email the following information to Dr. Trent Lalonde by Friday, June 26, 2020. The selected instructor(s) will be announced by July 31, 2020.
|Instructor's name and phone
||We encourage teaming up with another senior researcher
|Instructor's email address
||If you give permission, a link to your website will be used in advertising and promotion of this workshop
||Keep your bio brief and to the point, no more than 30-40 words. Your bio will be used in the advertising and promotion
|Title of workshop
||Please give this 3-hour workshop a title
|Description of workshop
||You will have 3 hours to present this workshop. Session 1 8:45-10:15 with a 15-minute break, followed by Session 2 from around 10:30-noon. Please outline your course and learning objectives. Be sure to include prerequisites
|| List of materials/recommended reading provided by the instructor
|Estimated Materials/Textbook Fee ($$/Student)
||If you are suggesting any materials that will cost, please state here
|Special Facility Needs
||Outline your needs for presentation
||At this time, we are soliciting funds for the speaker. We hope to offer some form of honorarium, but this is not yet certain. Please state if your presentation is contingent on an honorarium
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