NJACTS logoREGISTER NOW! 1st Annual NJ ACTS Symposium: Translational Medicine and Science

9/22  12pm-6pm
9/23   8am-1pm

The Symposium brings together the NJ ACTS academic communities of Rutgers, Princeton and NJIT to present the best new clinical and translational re­search and build collaborative partnerships. The two-day conference will fea­ture sessions on four hot topics with internal talks chosen from the abstracts and an external keynote (see below):

  • Inclusion, Diversity and Equity in AI and Machine Learning
    Keynote by Fei Wang, PhD, Associate Professor of Healthcare Policy and Research Weill Cornell Medicine and Associate Professor of Population Health Sciences
  • Social and Environmental Determinants of Health in the Urban Setting
    Keynote by Olajide Williams, MD, Professor of Neurology; Chief of Staff of Neurology; Associate Dean of Community Research and Engagement, New York-Presbyterian Colum­bia University Irving Medical Center
  • Clinical Trial Science after a Pandemic
    Keynote by Dean Fergossen, MHA, PhD, Professor, De­partments of Medicine, Surgery, & the School of Epidemiol­ogy and Public Health, University of Ottawa
  • Biomarker Exploration in the Heterogeneity of Disease
    Keynote by Eran Elinav, M.D., Ph.D., Principal Investigator, Host-Microbiome Interaction Research Group, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel and HHMI & the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation International Research Scholar

The Symposium is open to all interested faculty, postdocs, students and others at Rutgers, Princeton and NJIT.

Register Here!

Abstracts: We invite abstracts from the Rutgers, Prince­ton and NJIT research communities. Abstracts will be re­viewed by the session co-chairs and two abstracts will be selected for presentations and others for the poster session.

Deadline for AbstractsAugust 6 at midnight, using the on-line form

Questions? Contact NJACTS@rbhs.rutgers.edu