Training, education, and networking in transdisciplinary disparities research topics. Health Disparities Research Training and Events
At a glance
Opportunity for
  • Training, education, and networking around emerging topics in health disparities research.
  • Open to all Harvard-affiliated investigators. Some restrictions may apply; please see description for eligibility.
Session dates
  • Varies; see below for details.

The Health Disparities Research Program offers methods clinics, multi-day symposia, and ongoing workshop series. These events provide opportunities to learn about the current state of disparities science, build skills and capacity to conduct disparities research, and connect with other disparities researchers in the Harvard Catalyst community and beyond.

Connect @ Cocktail Hour: Health Disparities Research Networking Reception

Thursday, October 6, 2016
Waterhouse Room, Gordon Hall
RSVP required

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Join us for our third annual health disparities research networking event, designed to bring together students, fellows, and faculty from across the university who are interested in health disparities research. Connect @ Cocktail Hour will be informal and festive, with wine, beer, and appetizers served. We'll spotlight research themes, and engage with respective faculty representatives.

Themes selected for this year's event include: Child & Adolescent Health, Community-Partnered Research; Gene-Environment & Personalized Medicine; Global Health & Immigrant Health; LGBTQ Health; Social Determinants of Health & Health Behaviors; Trauma & Violence. Experience working in any of these areas is not required to attend.

Event will also feature live music and raffle prizes for attendees.

Bringing people together is the first step towards strengthening the disparities research community at Harvard. Enjoy conversation, food and drink, meet new people, and learn about the Harvard Catalyst Health Disparities Research Program. We hope you can join us!

Please RSVP.

Please check back for more offerings. See also our past health disparities events.