The Research Office host various conferences and symposiums throughout the year. Upcoming events can be found on the college's events calendar. Contact the Research Office with questions or sign up for our mailing list to receive updates.
reimagine Health Research Symposium
The mission of the annual reimagine Health Research Symposia is to provide an open and inclusive platform for the dissemination and discussion of significant and current challenges and solutions facing the health of humankind. To accomplish this goal, the venue brings together experts to present and discuss scientifically underpinned findings, as well as social and ethical matters. The symposium is sponsored by the Arizona Biomedical Research Centre (ABRC) and the Flinn Foundation. This event is free and open to the public.
ABRC-Flinn Foundation Research Conference
This annual research conference brings together grant awardees from the ABRC, Flinn Foundation and the Valley Research Partnership to showcase their research advances. It is sponsored by the ABRC and the Flinn Foundation. This event is free and open to the public.
Precision Medicine and Pharmacogenomics Conference
The annual symposium brings together health care professionals and community members to discuss the current state of precision medicine in Arizona, opportunities for the future and concerns to be addressed with the collection, utilization and storage of precision medicine data. The Precision Medicine and Pharmacogenomics conference is sponsored by the ABRC, the College of Medicine – Phoenix's Division of Clinical Data Analytics and Decision Support, and the college's Research Office. This event is free and open to the public.
Phoenix Symposium on Data Analytics in Health Care
This symposium focuses on the expertise of data analytics in the health care setting. The topics covered include the use of data and analytics tools/methods in the areas of health care, health/medical research, public health and other related fields. The use of data and analytics is relevant to improving health care delivery and health outcomes in Arizona. This event is co-sponsored by Banner – University Medical Center Phoenix, the Banner Alzheimer's Institute, the College of Medicine – Phoenix's Department of Biomedical Informatics and the college's Research Office. This event is free and open to the public.
Research Resources Open House
Faculty, fellows, residents and students are invited to this annual open house to network and learn about the research support available through the Research Office and the University of Arizona Research, Innovation and Impact.