ACSM From Around Field Science Series Open to Students
ACSM’s From Around the Field webinar series is designed to provide ACSM students and members an opportunity to learn more about the diverse science our members conduct. Join us for informal discussions with our ACSM members to hear more about what they study, the general research methodology they use and some of the interesting results their research is generating. In April, Erin Talbert, Ph.D., and Ashley Freeman, M.S., from the University of Iowa, will discuss changes in body composition in pancreatic cancer patients, including some new data suggesting that a sexual dimorphism exists. Join us on April 20, from noon to 1 p.m. EDT for this interesting discussion. If you can’t join us live, register and we will send you the recording. FREE for ACSM members.
Physical Activity and Persons with Disabilities webinar
The Physical Activity Alliance (PAA) will host a webinar featuring researchers, advocates and practitioners discussing their work on physical activity and disability. The webinar will include resources and examples of ways to help increase physical activity among people with disabilities. Friday, April 21, 1-2 p.m. EDT.
DataWorks! Symposium, April 25-26
The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) and NIH Office of Data Science Strategy will host a symposium to share best practices in data-sharing and reuse and celebrate the achievements of DataWorks! Prize participants. The symposium will feature conversations with prize winners about shared learnings and tactics that research teams can use to advance scientific discovery through data-sharing and reuse. The symposium will feature speakers from across data science disciplines including clinical data management, biomedical research data sharing and reuse, and FAIR data principles implementation. View the symposium agenda. This free event will be conducted virtually from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 25-26.
Physical Activity Alliance Newsletter
The mission of the Physical Activity Alliance (PAA) is to lead efforts to create, support and advocate policy and system changes that enable all Americans to enjoy physically active lives. The PAA March newsletter is now available, or visit the PAA website for more information.