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Preventive Medicine and Community Health

Public Health Symposium

April 13, 2017

Call for Abstracts

Abstract Deadline: Monday, March 27th

Purpose

The purpose of the poster session is to identify and recognize individuals and groups who are addressing public health issues by participating in a project with a public health component.

All UTMB students, postdoctoral fellow, medical residents, and faculty are encouraged to share their public health related research projects and experiences by participating in the 2017 National Public Health Week poster session and competition.

Application Link: https://redcap.utmb.edu/surveys/?s=8TG8wUGoSA

See attached flyer for details.

Education

Our education programs include masters and doctoral programs in public health, clinical science, population health sciences, and rehabilitation sciences, as well as a public health track for medical students and Primary Care Plus. All of our programs share a focus on disease prevention and health promotion and restoration.

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Our residency programs train physicians to provide healthcare with added focus on the promotion, prevention, and maintenance of health and well-being. We offer programs in Aerospace Medicine, Public Health and General Preventive Medicine, and Occupational Medicine.

Research

We conduct clinical, population, and outreach and educational research, funded by a variety of agencies and organizations.

Service

We operate several clinics and services, including the Aerospace Medicine Center, Bioastronautics group, Biostatistics Statistical Consulting, and the Porphyria Center.

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