Register today for the eighth annual Public Health Research at Maryland held over three days. You'll have opportunities to reflect on lessons from 2020 that can be applied to strengthen public health and learn about the latest research focused on improving the health and well-being of diverse communities across Maryland, the nation and the world.
Science and Policy to Support Healthy People 2030: The Imperative to Rebuild and Reimagine Our Public Health Infrastructure
David Michaels, MPH, PhD
Professor, George Washington University School of Public Health; Author, The Triumph of Doubt: Dark Money & the Science of Deception
Opening Conversation with University System of Maryland leaders: Lessons We Carry Forward to Reshape Public Health
In the Context of COVID-19, Structural Racism, Economic Challenges and Climate Change
Panel sessions will focus on:
- Confronting Health Misinformation
- Implementing Physical Activity Interventions
- Addressing Wicked Problems: Diabetes, Opioids, Infant Mortality and More
Plus, a virtual poster session will provide opportunities to discuss new and ongoing work.
Please register for this free event by Sunday, April 11.
You are welcome to join us for all or part of the program.
View the full program on the PHRM website
Showcase Your Research!
Submit a Poster for the Eighth Annual Public Health Research at Maryland Poster Session
Students, faculty and community partners are invited to showcase their research and programs and learn about interdisciplinary studies that contribute to reimagining health and the broadening scope and concept of health.
Poster submission deadline: Wednesday, March 31.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.