Spring 2024 Public Health Innovations Conference

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community are invited to the spring 2024 Public Health Innovations Conference April 18–19.

This conference is hosted by the Master of Public Health (MPH) program in the School of Medicine‘s Department of Population & Quantitative Health Sciences. It is the primary forum through which MPH students present the results of their community-based practical experiences and research projects. These experiences—collectively referred to as the culminating experience—are the centerpiece of the CWRU MPH program. The conference gives students the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired through their academic coursework to a problem involving the health of the community. Bringing together students, faculty, alumni and community partners, the Public Health Innovations Conference is an opportunity for students to showcase the results of that work.

Presentations today (April 18) will be available both in person in Wood Building, Room WG-73, and virtually via Zoom. Presentations tomorrow (April 19) will be held in person in Biomedical Research Building, Auditorium 105 and lobby, and virtually via livestream.

Learn more about the conference.