Democratizing data for population health, introducing the PHAME Center
Date / Time
April 21, 2021
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join us for a special Research & Scholarship Week presentation: Democratizing data for population health, introducing the PHAME Center
PHAME Center leaders, Drs. Sanjib Basu, Sage Kim, Wayne Giles, and Will Snyder, will discuss the new Population Health Analytics Metrics Evaluation (PHAME) Center at the UIC School of Public Health. The center combines novel technology with academic expertise to provide community level data analysis, evaluation, and visualization for community members, policy makers, researchers and students in the city of Chicago and beyond. By bringing together community members, scholars and technology, the center is advancing data-driven public health decisions, meaningful population health initiatives and reduction of health disparities. Learn more about the center at https://phame.uic.edu/
This special presentation is part of the UIC School of Public Health Research and Scholarship Week from April 19 – April 25. We invite you to participate in the week’s virtual activities, including the featured presentation, a student poster showcase, and short videos from this year’s research publication awardees. You can view the online student poster showcase and awardee videos starting April 19th on the event website.