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HEEHD 2021 Objectives 

The mission objectives of the HEEHD 2021 conference are to:

  1. Organize a scientific conference that invites peer reviewed empirical research, from HBCUs/MSIs, focused on techniques and methods that effectively facilitate innovative R&D; technology transfer; and resulting product/service commercialization to address health disparities in minority populations with a special emphasis on children of color impacted by COVID -19.
  1. Create an evidenced-based blueprint to train HBCUs/MSIs to secure biomedical related research funding, improve technology transfer capabilities, and license intellectual property (IP) to small businesses that have mission objectives to address health disparities with a special emphasis on COVID -19.
  1. Use evidence-based practices to (a) Train MSIs faculty and their assisting graduate students to conduct and tech-transfer minority health and health disparities research; (b) Conduct innovative R&D and commercialization activities to address health disparities in minority populations; (c) Foster innovative collaborations and partnerships with government, industry, and NGOs to facilitate technology transfer; and (d) Disseminate empirical research results on innovative R&D, technology-transfer, and commercialization focused on addressing health disparities in minority populations.
  1. HEEHD 2021 Keynote

Content will be provided.

 

 

 

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HEEHD 2021 Objectives 

The mission objectives of the HEEHD 2021 conference are to:

  1. Organize a scientific conference that invites peer reviewed empirical research, from HBCUs/MSIs, focused on techniques and methods that effectively facilitate innovative R&D; technology transfer; and resulting product/service commercialization to address health disparities in minority populations with a special emphasis on children of color impacted by COVID -19.
  1. Create an evidenced-based blueprint to train HBCUs/MSIs to secure biomedical related research funding, improve technology transfer capabilities, and license intellectual property (IP) to small businesses that have mission objectives to address health disparities with a special emphasis on COVID -19.
  1. Use evidence-based practices to (a) Train MSIs faculty and their assisting graduate students to conduct and tech-transfer minority health and health disparities research; (b) Conduct innovative R&D and commercialization activities to address health disparities in minority populations; (c) Foster innovative collaborations and partnerships with government, industry, and NGOs to facilitate technology transfer; and (d) Disseminate empirical research results on innovative R&D, technology-transfer, and commercialization focused on addressing health disparities in minority populations.
  1. HEEHD 2021 Keynote

Content will be provided.