Leveraging Existing Data and Analytic Methods for Health Disparities Research Related to Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Workshop

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We are delighted to invite submissions for poster presentations at the upcoming NIA-funded Leveraging Existing Data and Analytic Methods for Health Disparities Research Related to Aging and Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Workshop scheduled to take place on March 11-12, 2024 at JB Duke Hotel, Durham. We welcome contributions from early-stage investigators and post-doctorate associates from diverse fields to showcase their work and engage in vibrant discussions.
Topics:
• Blood Biomarkers and Heath Disparities in AD/ADRD
• New Topics in AD/ADRD Heath Disparities Research
• Quantitative Methods for Analyses of Disparities
• Using Medicare Data for Heath Disparities in AD/ADRD
• Place-Based Factors and Health Disparities in AD/ADRD
• Environmental Factors and Heath Disparities in AD/ADRD
• Perspectives in Health Disparities Research
Submission Guidelines:

• Poster presentations should align with the theme of the event and cover original research, case studies, innovative practices, or relevant projects.
• Submissions must include a brief abstract (maximum 250 words) outlining the content and significance of the poster.
• Each submission should include the title of the poster, the names of the authors, their affiliations, and contact information.
• Posters should be visually engaging and effectively communicate the key findings or insights of the work. Required size, if accepted, vertical layout: 26x33 inches (26-horisontal, 33-vertical).
Important Dates:

• Deadline for Poster Submissions: February 23, 2024
• Notification of Acceptance: March 1, 2014
How to Submit: Please submit your poster abstract and details via NIAworkshopADRD@duke.edu. For any inquiries or assistance, please contact NIAworkshopADRD@duke.edu.

Benefits of Participation:
• Opportunity to present your work to a diverse audience of peers, experts, and professionals.
• Networking opportunities and interactions with fellow presenters and attendees.
• Visibility and recognition of your research or project within the academic and professional community.
Event Details:
https://sites.duke.edu/adrd/
We look forward to receiving your submissions and to the enriching discussions that will take place at the fourth annual Health Disparities Workshop, the event will be held in hybrid (in-person/online) format. Join us in contributing to the intellectual exchange and advancement of knowledge.
Sponsor

Center for Aging and Human Development

Co-Sponsor(s)

Biostatistics and Bioinformatics; Department of Neurology; Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; Duke Population Research Institute (DuPRI); School of Medicine (SOM); Social Science Research Institute (SSRI); Sociology