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DataFlash: New and Free Virtual Science Conference in June 2020

Posted by on April 23rd, 2020 Posted in: Blog, Data Science, Public Health, Training & Education
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We are pleased to announce that New England Science Bootcamp for Librarians will host a FREE virtual conference on June 11, 2020, from 6 A.M. – 1 P.M. PT | 9am – 4pm (US Eastern Time).

Topics will probably include, depending on speaker availability:

  • Vaccine research & manufacture
  • Virology
  • Making Health Devices in non-industrial settings
  • IRB and human subjects research  in the shifting landscape

Tentative Schedule

  • 9-10am                Session A
  • 10:15-10:45      Interstitial – Front Lines Stories
  • 11-12                    Session B
  • 12-1                      Lunch
  • 1-2                         Session C
  • 2:15-2:45            Interstitial – Front Lines Stories
  • 3-4                         Session D

The schedule of topics will be finalized and sent to all registrants soon.

This conference will run throughout the day, with access via a single link for the whole day that attendees will receive after registering. You may tune in as you have time or for the topics that interest you the most. More information and a detailed schedule will be available closer to the date of the event. Please register to get the most updated information sent to you.

Registration is available at https://forms.gle/whfu1H9nY2e8X3gS9

NER looks forward to seeing you online for a fun and informative conference! While NER had to cancel their in-person conference this year, they hope you will take advantage of this free professional development opportunity. While this conference is being organized in New England, they welcome attendance for anyone and anywhere.

Image of the author ABOUT Nancy Shin
I received my Bachelor of Science in the Integrated Sciences majoring in medical genetics and animal biology from the University of British Columbia (UBC). I also graduated from UBC's esteemed MLIS program with a focus on health librarianship. In 2018, I was the Research Data Management Sewell Fund Fellow for the Technology Incubator at Washington State University. Currently, I'm the NNLM PNR Research and Data Coordinator for the University of Washington's Health Sciences Library. In my spare time, I enjoy photography, drawing, cooking and baking, and travelling the world!!!

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