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B3 Seminar Series kicks off 2017

B3 Seminar Series kicks off 2017 talking about MOST methodology
January 3, 2017

Join Penn State’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute on Tuesday, January 10 from noon – 1:00 p.m. for its monthly Bench to Bedside and Beyond (B3) Lecture with Linda M. Collins, Ph.D., Director, The Methodology Center for “An Introduction to the Multiphase Optimization Strategy (MOST).”

MOST, a framework for engineering efficacious and effective behavioral interventions is conceptually rooted in engineering and emphasizes efficient and careful time management of resources to move intervention science forward systematically. MOST can be used to guide the evaluation of research evidence, develop optimized interventions and enhance Type I and II translational research.

The lecture will be held at University Park in 116 Henderson with videoconference to the College of Medicine, C3621.

The Bench to Bedside and Beyond (B3) Lecture is a series of educational discussion covering a variety of topics on the translational science spectrum. The goal of the series is to provide participants with the information and tools necessary to play a vital role in accelerating discoveries that benefit human health.

Registration is available at: http://bit.ly/2gJLZTj