Regulatory Science Student Symposium 2021

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

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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.

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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

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