Education and Training

We offer a range of educational and training resources on strategies for integrating diverse populations into clinical and translational research.

These include:

  • Seminars on methods and strategies for effective recruitment and retention of diverse populations
  • Workshops on approaches to inclusive research (including health equity and life course methodologies, social justice approaches, and the role and rights of research participants)
  • Pilot funding to develop, test, and evaluate novel tools and methods for enhancing ethically-informed participation by diverse populations in clinical and translational research

Past Events

Reaching the Hardly Reached and Peer Support
Speakers: Rebeccah L. Sokol, Predoctoral Fellow, and Edwin B. Fisher, Professor and Global Director, Peers for Progress
Thursday, March 29th, 2018 | view recording

Spatial Epidemiology of HIV in LGBT Populations: Methods and Challenges
Speaker: Dustin Duncan, ScD — Assistant Professor of Population Health, New York University
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 | view recording

Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Measurement and Data Collection
Speaker: Shoshana Goldberg — Research Assistant Faculty, Dept of Maternal and Child Health
Wednesday, August 30, 2017 | view recording