Regulatory Science Student Symposium 2021

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Regulatory Science Student Symposium 2021

Join the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science and graduate student researchers from Harvard and MIT as we learn about current research

When and where

Date and time

Location

Online

About this event

Join the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science and graduate student researchers as we learn about current research topics in regulatory science. The goal of this event is to provide students with a chance to present their research in a friendly, supportive environment and to receive feedback from faculty and colleagues who are also interested in regulatory science-related questions. During this virtual symposium, students will present on a variety of topics including economics, health policy, pharmaceutical R&D, data science, regulation, and bioethics. The event will be hosted and moderated by Professor Ariel Stern. Florence Bourgeois, Aaron Kesselheim, Mark Namchuk, and additional faculty mentors from the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science will be present to discuss students' research ideas and provide their expertise.

AGENDA

9:00-9:15am ET

  • Welcome & Introductions - Florence Bourgeois, Ariel Stern

9:15-10:05am ET

  • Student Presentations: 15 min + 10 Q&A
  • Distributed Learning for Causal Inference Using Electronic Health Records - Larry Han
  • Predictors of Completed Confirmatory Trials - Mahnum Shahzad

10:05-10:10am ET

  • Short Break

10:10-11:00am ET

  • Student Presentations: 15 min + 10 Q&A
  • Compliance with Public Disclosure of Expanded Access Policy - Sukhun Kang
  • Research-focused Rare Disease Foundations: Accelerating Therapeutic Development - Caroline Marra

11:00-11:15am ET

  • Coffee/Snack Break

11:15-12:00pm ET

  • Faculty Panel - Ariel Stern (moderator) + faculty participants
  • 30 min responses to prepared Qs
  • 15 min open Q&A

12:00pm ET

  • Wrap Up & Thank You - Ariel Stern

If you have any questions please email us at HITS_regsci@hms.harvard.edu