Conferences and Symposiums


Optimizing Protein Through the Healthspan, November 2016

UTMB hosted a symposium featuring national nutrition experts, supported by The Department of Nutrition and Metabolism and The Center for Recovery, Physical Activity and Nutrition

Conferences and Symposiums

Rehabilitation Research using Large Datasets: Issues and Methods, October 2013

This symposium, held in Galveston, focused on issues and methods related to research using large administrative and population databases. It provided an opportunity for investigators of various backgrounds to gain an understanding of the challenges and benefits associated with large database research. CRRLD pilot studies were also presented. Co-sponsored by the CRRLD (R24 grant)

Conferences and Symposiums

Comparative Effectiveness Research with Population-Based Data, July 2012

This conference, held at Rice University in Houston, was a collaborative endeavor among comparative effectiveness research (CER) groups in Texas. Nationally renowned experts discussed strategies for analyzing large population databases to conduct CER. Pilot studies and preliminary results were presented from two multi-investigator projects – CRRLD and CERCIT. Co-sponsored by the CRRLD (R24 grant)

Conferences and Symposiums