Lectures and Seminars

Cancer Prevention Grand Rounds

Held weekly on Thursday mornings during the academic year, the Cancer Prevention Grand Rounds is a Division of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences supported seminar series which hosts leaders in the wide-ranging field of cancer prevention. View the Grand Rounds web page for schedule and more information.

Center for Translational and Public Health Genomics Distinguished Lecture Series

This monthly lecture series invites the thought-leaders in the field to present their insights on epidemiology, translational science, and public health. Previous topics have included pharmacogenetics, risk assessment, clinical outcomes, translational research, cancer genomics, and many others. Visit the Center website for more information.

Departmental Seminar Series

Our Departmental Seminar Series is a forum to increase interactions and collaborations with colleagues within the institution and the broader Texas Medical Center. Held monthly, the focus of this seminar series is broad, encompassing all areas of modern epidemiology research.

Nutrition Research Group Seminar Series

Hosted by the Departmental Nutrition Research Group, the goal of this seminar series is to bring together investigators with an interest in nutrition and share ideas, approaches, and research tools. The format includes both research seminars and paper presentations. Visit the Research Group website for more information.

Statistical Genetics Journal Club

This journal club brings together trainees, staff, and faculty to discuss statistical genetic approaches and methodology. It is held weekly on Thursday afternoons and open to all interested individuals and also offered as a course through GSBS (GS211111). Visit the Journal Club website for more information.