"Modeling the Opioid Epidemic: Insights and Potential Solutions from Computational Science" is a one-day, national workshop sponsored by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and the Public Health Dynamics Laboratory (PHDL) at the University of Pittsburgh. Experts in computational modeling, substance abuse, and addiction will discuss their research and best practices in response to the national opioid crisis. Presentations will examine the problem at different scales from the biological, to the individual human, to population-wide. A continental breakfast and buffet lunch will be provided. Please register by September 18, 2017.
For more details about this event, including the agenda, hotel information, and directions, please visit the CTSI events page.
CERTIFIED IN PUBLIC HEALTH PROFESSIONALS (CPH): This program is offered for 8 CPH CE credits through the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public Health, accredited through the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH), a pre-approved CE provider.
GRAND ROUNDS: Each session of this workshop is offered for 1 credit of Grand Rounds for a possible total of 3 GR to University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health students.