The Health Outcomes Progress and Evaluation (HOPE) Research Seminar is an interdisciplinary seminar focused on health outcomes, disparities, and services research. The seminar provides a lively and interactive forum for faculty and fellows to present current or recently completed research projects, as well as to learn about innovative research being conducted across the department, division and university. The ultimate goal is to foster an environment of interdisciplinary learning, dialogue, and collaboration beyond traditional silos.

Unless otherwise indicated, all seminars will be held on Friday afternoons from 12-1PM in Room W229. Access is easiest from the Goldblatt entrance to the Medical Center at 860 E 59th Street. Turn right at the information desk, take the A West elevator to the 2rd floor, and then take a right out of the elevator.

The seminar provides lunch with generous support provided by the Section of General Internal Medicine and the Center for Healthcare Delivery Science and Innovation.

Upcoming Sessions:

March 13th

    • Topic: TBD


If you are interested in presenting at a HOPE Seminar, please contact