Opportunity for University Investigators to Present Their Developing Research

Published by CTSI on February 3, 2016

CTSI’s Center for Health Equity (CHE) holds a monthly “Works in Progress” seminar devoted to discussing minority health and health disparities research topics -- and is looking for speakers for its upcoming seminars. 

The seminars give researchers a forum to freely discuss their developing research to exchange ideas, obtain constructive feedback, and discuss issues that may be common to various projects. 

Upcoming Works in Progress seminars

1-2 pm, Tuesday, February 23 at 717 Delaware Street, Room 105

1-2 pm, Tuesday, March 22 at 717 Delaware Street, Room 105

1-2 pm, Tuesday, April 26 at 717 Delaware Street, Room 105

1-2 pm, Tuesday, May 24 at 717 Delaware Street, Room 105

Researchers interested in presenting their work at an upcoming Works in Progress seminar should contact Dr. Sue Everson-Rose at saer@umn.edu and include the presentation topic and preferred seminar date. 

The seminar series is supported in part by a grant from the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities to the University of Minnesota Center for Health Equity.

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