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2022 American Causal Inference Conference: May 23-25, 2022

UC Berkeley Campus

The American Causal Inference Conference (ACIC - formerly Atlantic Causal Inference Conference) makes its west coast debut May 23 - 25, 2022, offering both an in-person and online event experience.Hosted at the beautiful University of California, Berkeley, ACIC 2022 is an interdisciplinary conference designed to bring together researchers, students, faculty, and practitioners of causal inference […]

Launch of the University of California Center for Climate, Health and Equity

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

Join us for a series of virtual events to hear from climate and health leaders as they discuss opportunities for building healthy and equitable communities and a healthier planet for future generations. Wednesday May 25 9 – 11 AM Launch of the UC Center for Climate, Health and Equity Register 2 – 3 PM Climate […]

Building Belonging at Berkeley and Beyond: Disability Justice

via Zoom

Karen Nakamura, Professor of Cultural Anthropology & Haas Distinguished Chair of Disability Studies Rosa Enriquez, Master’s Student, School of Social Welfare & Graduate Assembly Carlos Vásquez, Undergraduate Student & Co-Chair, ASUC Disabled Students Commission Derek Coates, Ph.D., Manager, Program Access Compliance, Office of Disability Access & Compliance Steve Johnston, Policy & Investigations Manager, Office of […]

Documenting the Japanese American Incarceration Through Narratives and Data: An in-person and online symposium

Morrison Library Doe Library

Session 1: Japanese American Intergenerational Narratives Oral History Project: Is Healing Possible? 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm This session explores the Oral History Center's ongoing Japanese American Intergenerational Narratives Oral History Project that documents and disseminates the ways in which intergenerational trauma and healing occurred after the U.S. government's incarceration of Japanese Americans during World […]

Joint Medical Program Information Session

Virtual

Attend this information session to learn more about the Berkeley Public Health Joint Medical Program (JMP). Advisors of the program will discuss the curriculum, application process, and answer any questions from prospective applicants. The JMP is a five-year graduate/medical degree program. Students spend their pre-clerkship years  at UC Berkeley engaging in a unique medical curriculum […]

Science at Cal – Laboratory to Life-Saver: Discovery, Development, and Access to New Medicines

2050 Valley Life Sciences Building

Dr. Julia Schaletzky, Executive Director, Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases How are new medicines discovered and developed? How can universities help create products that truly benefit patients? How do the government and private companies decide which projects to invest in? Drug discovery often follows a long, rocky and winding road to success. In this […]

Fung Fellowship Info Session for Class of 2023 and 2024 Transfer Students

2451 Ridge Road, Shire Hall (Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership)

The Fung Fellowship is a unique opportunity for Class of 2023 & 2024 transfer students from all majors to create innovative solutions to address real-world health and conservation challenges alongside community and industry partners. No prior experience in tech or design is necessary to apply. Fung Fellows tackle pressing issues using the iterative design process, […]

Science at Cal – Uncovering the Past: Using Genetic Data to Understand Human History and Evolution

2050 Valley Life Sciences Building

Speaker: Dr. Priya Moorjani, Assistant Professor, Molecular and Cell Biology Recent advances in sequencing DNA have opened up new opportunities to use genetic data to improve our understanding of human history and evolution. For example, genetic data can be used to reconstruct migration patterns, understand how genomes change across different species or lineages, and understand […]

TIPH Graduate School Fair

Online

As a part of the "This is Public Health" campaign, this event allows prospective public health students to chat with representatives from various Schools of Public Health - you only need to register once. UC Berkeley's chat room will be open from 9am - 3pm PST. Free for all prospective students and advisors to attend! […]

NIH Graduate and Professional School Fair

Virtual

This is a multi-day event with different exhibitors from July 18 -- 21 On-Campus Admissions on Tuesday, July 19, 2:00pm -- 3:45pm PT Online MPH Admissions on Wednesday, July 20, 2:00pm -- 3:45pm PT Joint Medical Program on Wednesday, July 20, 2:00pm -- 3:45pm PT The Virtual NIH Graduate and Professional School Fair will provide […]

Science at Cal – (En Español) La guía microbiana para viajar al futuro

Oakland Public Library: César Chávez Branch, Suite 271, 3301 East 12th Street, Oakland, CA 94601

This event will be entirely in Spanish. / Este evento será completamente en español. Speaker: Dr. Patricia Valdespino, Berkeley Lab Por 3500 millones de años organismos vivos diminutos llamados microbios han transformado el planeta. Hoy tenemos mejor ciencia para estudiar sus poderosas propiedades. Se prevé que nuestro conocimiento sobre los microbios va a influir notablemente […]

Berkeley Public Health On-Campus and Online MPH Admissions Webinar

Virtual

Join our Admission Advisors as we discuss the On-Campus and Online MPH degrees offered at Berkeley Public Health. Our presentation will be from 5:00 to 6:00pm PT where you'll learn about our area's of study, tuition costs, and the application process. Then from 6:00 to 6:30pm PT we'll answer any questions you may have. If […]

Ensuring Occupational Health Research Benefits All Workers: A Framework for Inclusive Research

Online Webinar

Speaker: Mike Flynn, MA, NIOSH While not all Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) research needs to have a primary focus on health equity, all research must account for the diversity of the workforce. This presentation turns the analytical lens back on ourselves to understand how the same structures that result in occupational health inequities also […]

The ‘Perfect’ Baby?: The Dangers of Gene Editing in Assisted Reproduction

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

Gene editing technology like CRISPR may have potential to treat diseases, but does editing future generations go too far? Join renowned bioethicist Françoise Baylis, reproductive justice activist Nourbese Flint, and disability rights scholar and activist Karen Nakamura on Tuesday, August 9, 2022 from 10am to 11am PT for a conversation about the societal and ethical implications of human […]

Berkeley Online MPH Application Clinic

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

This virtual session will cover the Berkeley Online MPH application requirements. In this hour, we will go through the application with you to highlight our requirements and close with a live Q&A. This webinar is perfect for those who plan to apply or have started the Berkeley Online MPH application. Please contact online.mph@Berkeley.edu if you […]

Science at Cal – Detecting Disinformation and Deep Fakes

2050 Valley Life Sciences Building

Speaker: Dr. Hany Farid, Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences & School of Information We are awash in disinformation consisting of lies, conspiracies, and general nonsense, all with real-world implications ranging from human-rights violations to threats to our democracy and global public health. Adding to this disinformation landscape is a new form of […]

Berkeley Online MPH Graduate Writing Workshop

Online Virtual Event - See Event Details

Applying to the Berkeley Online MPH program? Join the admissions team as we share tips to craft two strong statement essays. We’ll leave space for Q&A. View more event information and register here. Access Coordinators: Stephanie Nguyen, Heidi Maqueos  - 510-664-7979

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