Save the dates April 13 and 14: Oakland, California
April 13: Pre-Workshop Short-course: Space Time Analysis for Health and the Environment
This 1-day class will provide instruction on the space-time analysis of data relating health events to potential sources of environmental exposures. Examples of data will include the time and place of residence of individuals with a given diagnosis, space-time paths of cases and controls over the life course, and cancer rates in local areas through time. We will focus on chronic diseases, such as cancer.
Instructor: Geoffrey Jacquez, PhD
Suitable for: Students, environmental and health faculty, researchers and community activists (a basic understanding of data and statistics would be useful).
April 14: Workshop on how to use geographic data to look at breast and other cancer risk factors in our physical and social environments and to inform prevention efforts.
(Supported by the California Breast Cancer Research Program award 21MB-0001 with space donated by The California Endowment.)