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Individual & Population Variation in Biology, Medicine, & Society

Diverse researchers—from biology, medicine, statistics, nutrition, sociology, public health, anthropology, athletics, and more—will be collaborating across traditional research boundaries to investigate the causes and consequences of individual and popula

Day 2 Agenda & Resources

Day 2 Agenda

DAY 2: WEDNESDAY MAY 10 (Meet in UNB 2.102; breakout rooms: UNB 4.224, 4.206)

9:00am Plan for the day

9:20am Post-Its: Health

10:05 Report back

10:20am Coffee Break and Snacks

10:50am Soap Boxes 3 : What I need 10 participants x 5 min

12:00pm Lunch

1:30pm Breakout groups: similar disciplines discuss refining the questions

2:00pm Breakout groups: interdisciplinary groups discuss refining the questions

2:45pm Post-Its: Challenges and Future Directions What are the most promising research questions? What are the challenges preventing progress?

3:30 pm Coffee Break and Snacks

4:00pm Writing (individual, small groups)

4:50pm Wrap-up

Resources

Institute Coordinator

TESSA SOLOMON-LANE

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Integrative Biology
College of Natural Sciences
tksolomonlane@utexas.edu
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