Summer Data Immersion Program
Each year, the Research and Education Core (REC) will sponsor a Summer Data Immersion that will leverage University of Michigan’s considerable secondary data resources to train investigators at all levels (graduate students, post-docs, junior faculty, mid and senior faculty). The specific goals of this national, competitive program are to provide:
1. Intensive analytic training
2. Exposure to secondary data sources that can be used for supplementary publications and pilot data for grant applications
3. Significant networking opportunities. During the five-day program, leaders from ICPSR, NACDA, and HRS at U-M will introduce scholars to major, large-scale, international datasets available to address Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD)-relevant research questions and provide hands-on instruction in the use of these datasets.
For more information on the 2019 Summer Data Immersion Program please click the link below.