We are now accepting abstract submissions and award nominations/submissions for our 32nd Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota on June 17-18, 2019.
As mentioned in the fall newsletter, we have several exciting opportunities and events this year. First, in response to your feedback, we have new ways in which members can get involved. Details can be found at the end of this email, but opportunities include:
1) Proposing and chairing a symposium
2) Proposing and chairing a concurrent contributed session
3) Proposing and chairing a methods debate
4) Nominating yourself or someone else to serve on the society’s program committee or communications committee
Also, I am pleased to announce our very first online debate, jointly sponsored with the Society for Epidemiologic Research (SER), which will take place on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at noon ET. Mark your calendar!
Who should be in the denominator:
extension of the fetuses at risk approach to postnatal outcomes
Olga Basso, PhD & KS Joseph, MD PhD