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Announcements & Events

For University-wide events, check out the University of South Carolina calendar of events. For community and Arnold School events, see the My Source for Public Health (MySPH) calendar

Big Data Health Science Center to host summer workshops in bioinformatics and data analytics

Register now for one or more of the workshops offered by the Big Data Health Science Center in July. Bioinformatics Analysis in R (July 11-22); Bioinformatics Analysis in Python3 (July 18-22); Data Analytics and ML in Python3 (July 25-29).

C-STAR Lecture features Roy Hamilton on May 5

Join the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery as they host Roy Hamilton on May 5 at noon to discuss Stimulating Conversations: Employing Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Technologies to Characterize and Enhance Language Processing in Persons with Aphasia.

Tech Tuesday Talk ups their game on April 26

Courtney Monroe and Kristen Zosel will discuss Leveraging Social Networks and Gamification to Promote Physical Activity in Adults: Evolution of a Technology-based Research Line during the next Tech Tuesday Talk on April 26 at noon.

April 21 C-STAR Lecture features Sladjana Lukic

The Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery (C-STAR) will host Sladjana Lukic (Adelphi University) at noon on April 21 as she presents the neurobiology of the lexical system: what kind of data is actually missing?

Epidemiology & Biostatistics seminar features Deborah Kunkel on April 11

Join the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics for a seminar by Clemson University's Deborah Kunkel at 1pm on April 11 as she presents anchored Bayesian Gaussian mixture models.

ENHS Seminar to feature Eva Preisner on April 13

Baylor College of Medicine's Eva Preisner will discuss simplified microbial communities as treatment clostridioids difficile infection at the next Department of Environmental Health Sciences Seminar at noon on April 13.

ENHS Seminar features Margaret Carson on April 6

Join the Department of Environmental Health Sciences for a seminar by doctoral candidate Margaret Carson on April 6 at noon when she presents the effects of Lyngbya Wollei on the ecosystem and human health of Lake Wateree.

C-STAR Lecture features Chaleece Sandberg on April 7

Join the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recover at noon on April 7 as Penn State's Chaleece Sandberg presents Toward equitable language therapy in aphasia.

ENHS Seminar features Nick Peng on March 30

Join the Department of Environmental Health Sciences on March 30 at noon for a presentation by UofSC assistant professor Nick Peng, who will discuss The Dynamics of Nitrous Oxide Production and Consumption in Salt Marsh Sediments.

All-in Test seeks volunteers on March 29

Help us assess the value of at-home testing for infectious disease outbreaks (and get a 💰 $40 gift card!). On MARCH 29, take a test for the All-In South Carolina study in the back parking lot of the Public Health Research Center (9-4am).

Research Center for Child Well-Being hosts seminar on April 1

Join the Research Center for Child Well-Being at noon on April 1 as they host Max Crowley (Penn State University) as he discusses the value of prevention.

C-STAR Lecture features Becky Jackson on March 24

Becky Jackson (University of Cambridge) will discuss Reverse-Engineering Cortical Architecture for Controlled Semantic Cognition during the next C-STAR Lecture on March 24 at noon.

International Student & Global Health Forum to be held on March 25

This seminar will feature Justice Sheehama (Department of Health Services Policy and Management) and Emmah Muema (College of Education) as they share their healthcare experience in Namibia and Kenya. 1pm

Arnold School Annual Picnic to be held on April 29

Join the Arnold School community for the 2022 Annual Picnic from 4-8pm on Friday April 29 at Saluda Shoals Park. Tickets are on sale through April 15.

Tech Tuesday Talk focuses on when Habit Theory Meets Technology March 22

Join the Technology Center to Promote Healthy Lifestyles for their next Tech Tuesday Talk at noon on March 22. TecHealth will host Central Queensland University's Amanda Rebar as she discusses the intersection of habit theory and technology.

Join the Arnold School of the Midland Heart Walk on March 26

The Arnold School has a team participating in the Midlands Heart Walk on March 26. Join them for the walk and/or help them raise money to help end heart disease and stroke and our community and beyond through this American Heart Association event.

Epidemiology and Biostatistics department to host seminar on March 21

Shi Wu Wen will discuss antiemetic treatment for women with hypermesis gravidarum and risk of stillbirth during the March 21 seminar at 1pm.

Maternal and Child Health Leap Program accepting applications through March 25

The MCH LEAP program offers interdisciplinary MCH-themed leadership training to full-time UofSC undergraduate students from underserved or racially and ethnically under-represented backgrounds.

James E. Clyburn Health Equity Awards Nominations open through March 15

Nominate an individual or community organization for one of the James E. Clyburn Health Equity Leadership Awards to recognize those who are committed to improving and protecting the health of the community, particularly vulnerable populations with established health disparities.

Big Data Seminar focuses on studying substance use through social media on March 23

Join the UofSC Big Data Health Science Center for their March 23 seminar featuring Emory University's Abeed Sarker as he discusses the progress made over recent years in utilizing social media data via natural language processing and machine learning methods for studying substance use.

Apply to become a GIS Graduate Scholar by March 7

The Big Data Health Science Center’s Geospatial Core is pleased to announce the second annual Geographic Information Science (GIS) Scholars Program. Submit your application by March 7.

March 4 seminar discusses how to handle missing data in research studies

Join the Research Center for Child Well-Being on March 4 at noon as Wake Forest's Ralph B. D'Agostino discusses methods for handling missing data in research studies.

Graduate Scholar in Maternal & Child Health Research Opportunity

The Graduate Scholars in MCH Research is a merit-based scholarship program, providing support for up to four outstanding graduate students to pursue research in areas related to the health and well being of mothers, children, and adolescents. Proposals will be accepted through March 3.

Call for poster proposals by March 3!

The MCH Catalyst Program Poster Contest is seeking interested students who wish to submit a Discover UofSC poster for consideration in any topic associated with mothers, families, children or adolescent health.

C-STAR Lecture focuses on translating research on February 24 at noon

Join the Center for the Study of Aphasia Recovery as they host Columbia University's Lisa Edmonds, who will discuss translating research for implementation on February 24 at noon.

 

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