Summer Course in Public Health Modeling

Event Type: 
Event Description: 
From the Yale School of Public Health, Summer Course in Public Health Modeling is an intensive five-day program in which researchers, clinicians, industry professionals, and policymakers enhance their systems-based perspective and analytic tools. Course topics can include everything from decision-making in healthcare deliveries, design of clinical trials, to prediction and control of infectious disease outbreaks. The course is taught by Yale faculty experts in epidemiology, biostatistics, health policy and healthcare operations, and public policy.
Sunday, June 16, 2019 to Thursday, June 20, 2019
Yale School of Management
Yale School of Public Health
Point of Contact: 
Forrest Crawford – Associate professor of Biostatistics, Associate professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
YC&E Project Lead: 
Jennifer Zuccaro
Scope of Work: 

• Handled all participant communications (i.e. Welcome Letters)
• Worked directly with Yale Publishing on all print materials (i.e. name badges, flyers, etc.)
• Arranged accommodations for students living on Yale’s campus
• Created registration for participants through the usage of Cvent
• Took care of marketing responsibilities
• Arranged food and beverage services provided by Yale Catering, and planned a banquet for the participants
• Onsite coordination such as setup and breakdown of materials