Research Partners Forums
Research Partners Forums are open dialogues among leaders in academia, business, government, non-profits and the public on subjects related to improving health through research.
January 20, 2005. Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Remarks: Karen Goraleski, Research!America Partner: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
March 1, 2005. Boston University School of Public Health Remarks: Michael Botticelli, assistant commissioner of substance abuse services at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Partners: Join Together, a project of the Boston University School of Public Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health and The Medical Foundation.
March 22, 2005. University of North Carolina School of Public Health, Chapel Hill in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Keynote: Carol Krucoff, founding editor, Health Section, The Washington Post, Partner: University of North Carolina School of Public Health, Chapel Hill.
April 5, 2005. University of Oklahoma's College of Public Health in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Remarks: Joseph Ferretti, PhD, senior vice president and provost, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and Harrison Spencer, MD, MPH, president, Association of Schools of Public Health. Partner: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
April 28, 2005. North Carolina Biotechnology Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Moderator: Karen Goraleski, Research! America Partner: The North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research.
Research!America presented a research partners forum on March 5, 2004, in partnership with Dartmouth College, Dartmouth Medical School, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Friends of Cancer Research and Norris Cotton Cancer Center.
View the April 14, 2004, media/science forum Communicating Prevention Research online. The University of Washington hosted this forum.
A Research!America Prevention Research Initiative media/science forum was held in Mississippi in partnership with the Mississippi Health Advocacy Program.
Ceci Connolly, national staff writer for The Washington Post, spoke to Arizona residents at a media/science forum. Read more.
The media/science forum Public Understanding of the Ethics of Stem Cell Research was held at Portland State University's Smith Memorial Center.