11th Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health

Oakland, California
Tuesday, June 14, 2016

        

1. Research Training and PIMSA Grantees Workshop Proposals
The Research Training Workshop will feature presentations of ongoing or recently completed research relating to migration and health, undertaking by graduate students, recent postdocs, and junior faculty, that are part of the University of California (UC). UC faculty members will serve as discussants, providing expert feedback on the student's work and commenting on its relevance to their own research. The workshop organizing committee will seek publication of selected papers in a peer-reviewed journal.

The workshop will be held all day on Friday June 17th at the University of California Berkeley. Participants are encourage to attend the plenary presentations and workshops of the Summer Institute taking place form June 14-16.


Proposal Instructions:
The documents describing your research project should be between 2-4 pages long (excluding references), double-spaced and using 11 or 12 pt font size. The description should include the following elements:

  • Title
  • Rationale for the project
  • Research design, methods, and data sets
  • Principal findings
  • Significance of results, for the research field and public policy
  • References (selected)
Supporting Documents:
In addition to your proposal, please submit the following documents:
  • Your resume
  • Letter of support from your principal faculty mentor
  • Application for financial support, if needed, for University of California students only (financial aid application soon to come).

Please send all information electronically to: 
Adrian Arellano aarellano@mednet.ucla.edu 

Selected applicants will need to submit a full manuscript prior to the workshop.
Deadline for proposal submissions is April 1, 2016.


2. Poster Session

Participants interested in submitting an abstract for the poster session, please click here for more details. Deadline to submit poster application is May 1, 2016.



 

Contact Information

  • Liliana Osorio
    Health Initiative of the Americas
    Phone: 619-692-5504
    losorio@berkeley.edu

Payment Instructions

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    Registration Fee:
    - Professionals: $460 
    - Students: $260



    Registration fee includes: access to four-days presentations, workshops, field trip, materials, welcoming reception, lunch and coffee breaks.

    Payment type

    - Credit Card
    - By check in the U.S. (Instructions)





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