An annual National Student Conference dedicated to epidemiology and biostatistics research
The annual CSEB student conference brings together students from across Canada in the fields of epidemiology and biostatistics. This year's conference theme is Patterns of Health: A Population Perspective. The conference includes a poster session, rapid fire poster and oral presentations, keynote speakers, workshops, and social events.
The conference is being hosted by the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Manitoba. The University has a long history of strong academic research in Indigenous health, child health, aging, health services, and global public health research. The University has strong ties with the surrounding community and the world-renowned National Microbiology Laboratory.
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