Skills for Health and Research Professionals (SHARP) Training
May 20, 2024 - August 23, 2024
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Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health - Skills for Health and Research Professionals (SHARP) Program

Registration is now open for 30 hands-on summer boot camps designed for health and research professionals from any organization and all career stages! Learn immediate take-away skills directly from the experts over 1-4 days this summer. Training formats are either in-person in NYC, livestream, virtual over Zoom, or a hybrid mixture. See training topics and dates below, and check out the official flyer with all 2024 topics to share with your colleagues.
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Bayesian Modeling for Environmental Health Workshop
Want to use Bayesian modeling with environmental health data? Learn spatial, temporal, and spatiotemporal methods. (In-person: August 21-22, 2024)
Better Presentations Workshop
Want to improve your data-rich presentations? Learn to more effectively design and deliver presentations to your audience. (Virtual: July 22-23, 2024)
Causal Mediation Analysis Training
Studying mediating mechanisms? Rigorous intro to causal mediation concepts, techniques, and data analysis methods. (Virtual: July 29-31, 2024)
Climate Change and Health Boot Camp
Want to effectively engage with climate change issues? Learn methods to improve and integrate into your health professional work. (Virtual: June 12-14, 2024)
Code Rigor and Reproducibility with R Boot Camp
Interested in making R code more efficient and reproducible? Learn methods to create bug-free, ready to share research code. (In-person: July 1-2, 2024)
Creating Compelling Research Narrative Workshop
Want to write more effective grant proposals and manuscripts? Learn concepts to craft a compelling research story. (Virtual: July 11, 2024)
Data, Designed Workshop
Want to create more effective data visualizations? Learn to conceptualize, plan and develop data visualization products. (Virtual: July 15-16, 2024)
Electronic Medical Records Boot Camp
Want to use EMR data in health studies? Learn biostatistical methods for secondary analysis of electronic medical records. (Virtual: August 22-23, 2024)
Environmental Justice Boot Camp
Interested in environmental justice? Learn concepts and methods for conducting effective and solution-driven research. (Hybrid: August 15-16, 2024)
Environmental Mixtures Workshop
Researching multiple pollutants? Learn concepts and data analysis methods used for mixtures in environmental epi studies. (In-person: July 22-23, 2024)
Epigenetics Boot Camp
Interested in epigenetics? Learn DNA methylation principles and data analysis methods used in human epigenetics studies. (Hybrid: July 29-30, 2024)
The Exposome Boot Camp
Exploring exposures on an omics scale? Rigorous intro to concepts and data analysis methods used in untargeted exposomics studies. (In-person: July 18-19, 2024)
Exposure Modeling Boot Camp
Interested in machine learning for exposure modeling? Learn to predict variations in environmental exposures. (In-person: August 8-9, 2024)
GIS Workshop
Mapping health outcomes? Learn how open-source GIS platforms can visualize your research and understand health data. (Virtual: May 30-31, 2024)
Google Earth Engine Boot Camp
Want to use geospatial data to measure environmental exposures? Learn Google Earth Engine methods for your research. (Virtual: May 20-21, 2024)
K Awards Training
Want to improve your K application? Learn to position your research to engage reviewers for funding success. (Virtual: August 19, 2024)
Life Cycle Assessment Boot Camp
Interested in more sustainable healthcare systems? Learn Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) concepts and methods. (Virtual: August 12-13; September 23-24, 2024)
Mendelian Randomization Boot Camp
Starting Mendelian Randomization? Learn about MR concepts, packages, data sources, and data analysis methods. (Hybrid: August 5-6, 2024)
Microbiome Data Analytics Boot Camp
Interested in the microbiome? Rigorous intro to planning, generating, and analyzing 16S rRNA gene sequencing surveys. (Virtual: June 20-21, 2024)
Multi-omics Boot Camp
Analyzing multiple omic data? Learn concepts and methods used to analyze omics data in observational studies. (Virtual: June 12-14, 2024)
NIH Grant Writing Boot Camp
Want to demystify the grant process? Learn how to turn reviewers into advocates and position your grant for success. (Virtual: July 8-9, 2024)
PI Crash Course
Postdoc or New PI starting a lab? Condensed, intensive leadership training needed for success in your new lab. (In-person: June 10-11, 2024)
PI’s Business of Research Boot Camp
Want to build and lead an effective research team? Learn personnel, project, time, and budget strategies to advance your career. (Virtual: July 15-16, 2024)
Python Data Wrangling Boot Camp
Want to analyze your data with Python? Learn methods to data wrangle, clean, manipulate, and analyze biomedical data. (In-person: June 6-7, 2024)
Quantitative Genomics Training
Interested in whole-genome analysis? Learn concepts and tools for whole-genome & transcriptome analyses in health studies. (Virtual: June 24-25, 2024)
Radiation Safety Officer Training
Want to be a RSO Officer? Meet the 40hr coursework training requirement for a NRC type C license. (Hybrid: July 19-21; 26-28, 2024)
The Scientist and the Storyteller Workshop
Want to effectively communicate science to the public? Learn to turn science into a compelling story that drives results. (In-person: May 30-31, 2024)
Single Cell Analysis Boot Camp
Conducting Single Cell RNA Seq? Learn scRNASeq concepts, techniques, and data analysis methods used in health studies. (Virtual: May 20-21, 2024)
SQL Boot Camp
Storing and querying data? Learn relational database design and how to write queries using the SQL programming language. (Hybrid: June 26-28, 2024)
Statistical Analysis with Missing Data Workshop
Is missing data a challenge in your health study? Learn methods to handle missing data and achieve valid statistical inference. (In-person: June 17-18, 2024)

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