New training program for American Indian / Alaskan Native students and professionals

New training program for American Indian / Alaskan Native students and professionals

The Northwest Native American Research Center for Health (NW NARCH) at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board is offering a new training program in applied biostatistics and data science. This program is geared to American Indian and Alaska Native health professionals and students who have an interest in building their quantitative skills. Training is offered virtually and includes intensive classes in June 2022 and June 2023; regular seminars throughout the year; and a mentored capstone project, which will be completed over a two-year period.

 

We are asking for your help in spreading the word about this new training program, called the Applied Biostatistics and Data Science track. This track will be offered during the 2022 Summer Research Training Institute.

 

Please circulate this note, along with the attachment, to your colleagues as you see fit. The attachment has links to register and to our website. We are asking prospective applicants to apply, or express their intent to apply, by April 15, 2022.  For further information, visit NW NARCH webpage and view the Summer Research Training Institute course brochure.

 

For questions or to express intent to apply: please contact track co-lead, Amy Laird PhD (laird@ohsu.edu).

 

Apply to track here