Conferences and Workshops

Health Disparities Workshop 2024

We are delighted to invite submissions for poster presentations at the upcoming NIA-funded "Leveraging Existing Data and Analytic Methods For Health Disparities Research Related to Aging and Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias" Workshop scheduled to take place on March 11-12, 2024 at JB Duke Hotel, Durham. We welcome contributions from early-stage investigators and post-doctorate associates from diverse fields to showcase their work and engage in vibrant discussions.

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Multilevel Modeling in R Workshop

DUPRI will be hosting a workshop, Multilevel Modeling in R, on December 1. This 4-hour training will cover the basics of running multilevel models in R, including specification and syntax, interpretation and displaying of results, and model checking and comparison. Some prior experience using R is recommended.
 
Session Details
Date: Friday, December 1
Location: Gross Hall, Room 230C
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Intro, random intercept models with 1 predictor
11:00 AM – 11:10 AM: Break

Generalized Linear Models in R Workshop

DUPRI will be hosting a workshop, Generalized Linear Models in R, on November 17. This 4-hour training will cover the basics of running GLMs in R, including specification and syntax, interpretation and displaying of results, and model checking. We will examine binary, count, and categorical models. Some prior experience using R is recommended.
 
Session Details
Date: Friday, November 17
Location: Gross Hall, Room 230C
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Modeling binary outcomes
11:00 AM – 11:10 AM: Break

Demography Daze 2023

Demography Daze is back! Demography Daze is a unique one-day collaboration with Carolina Population Center where scholars and students present their work. The event encourages the exchange of ideas between centers, fosters collaboration, and demonstrates the strengths of both centers. This year, DUPRI will host the 9th annual Demography Daze on Friday, September 15 from 1:00PM - 5:15PM in Gross Hall room 270. A reception will follow on the Gross Hall Portico. Please join us!

The Direct Approach to Ending Extreme Poverty: Global Lessons from Cash Transfer Programs

Drawing from experiences of dozens of cash transfer programs in low- and middle-income countries, Dr. Paul Niehaus will summarize key findings and share his internationally informed perspective, covering challenges to designing and launching randomized controlled studies, interpreting evidence from diverse contexts, and highlighting features that translate across contexts, including the U.S.

Collaborative for Innovation in Data & Measurement in Aging (CIDMA)

Researchers at UChicago and Duke invite you to apply for the 2nd annual Collaborative for Innovation in Data & Measurement in Aging (CIDMA) Institute, held at the University of Chicago. The goal of CIDMA is to identify, design, conduct and assess innovations in data collection and measurement within longitudinal research on aging and disseminate the findings of these assessments broadly. Learn more about current CIDMA assessment projects here.

2023 PSID Annual User Conference Call for Papers

The Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID) announces a call for papers for the 2023 PSID Annual User Conference. The conference encourages submissions that use data from PSID or its supplements—the Child Development Supplement (CDS), the Transition into Adulthood Supplement (TAS), the Disability and Use of Time Supplement (DUST), the Childhood Retrospective Circumstances Study (CRCS), or the Wellbeing and Daily Life Supplement (WB).