The 51st annual meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research is fast approaching, so we hope your plans are made or nearing completion!
The registration fee includes attendance at all conference sessions, conference materials, continental breakfasts, and refreshment breaks.
We are anticipating between 650-750 research, education and health care professionals with an interest in epidemiology to attend. Presentations will focus on new and ongoing research.
Refreshment breaks will be set up near the exhibit tables to facilitate interaction between the exhibitors and participants.
The SER is committed to keeping epidemiologists at the vanguard of scientific developments. To this end, the Society sponsors the American Journal of Epidemiology and Epidemiologic Reviews, as well as the annual SER meeting which includes the John C. Cassel Memorial Lecture and contributed papers, symposia, and posters on a wide range of epidemiologic issues.
SER was created in 1967 with the purpose of engaging students and new researchers with senior faculty in a meaningful way.