The Howard University Research Centers in Minority Institutions, the AIM-AHEAD program, and the Public Health Informatics Technology for DC (PHIT4DC) program is pleased to announce VADSTI 2.0, Spring 2023 Training Series to the Howard University community of researchers and beyond.
The goal is to enhance data science capability and application by providing training in the foundations of programming and critical data analytic skills for planning and conducting research involving big data pertinent to minority health and health equities.
The Spring Training Series is project-based and will cover topics including Foundations of Data Science, Python, Data Preparation, Exploration and Visualization, and Cloud Computing, among others.
The advancements in technology, and computational tools has made it possible to generate and store large amounts of datasets in many disciplines including public health, clinical and biomedical, genomics and business and economics. There is therefore increased demand for utilization of data analytics capabilities to look at trends, predict outcomes and to make better clinical, health policy and economic decisions. Skill sets in data science are particularly critical for advancing the science of minority health and health disparities.
The Howard University Research Centers in Minority Institutions, RCMI, Program, with funding from NIH, is pleased to announce VADSTI 2.0, to the Howard University community. Our aim is to enhance data science capability and application by providing training in the foundations of programming and the critical data analytic skills for planning and conducting research that involves big data and pertinent to minority issues. This free training series will cover topics including, Foundations of Data Science, Introduction to Python, Statistical Concepts, Data Exploration and Visualization and Predictive Analytics. Participants will receive a verified digital Certificate of Completion from VADSTI.
To register click the following link – https://vadsti22.eventbrite.com
Visit the program page to read more about the program.