Keynote & Plenary Addresses

Supporting Presenters


Prajakta Adsul, MBBS, MPH, PhD

Dr. Prajakta Adsul is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine and a Member of the Cancer Control and Population Sciences Research Program, at the Comprehensive Cancer Center at University of New Mexico. Most recently, she was nominated to serve as the Inaugural Director of the newly established Center for Advancing Dissemination and Implementation Science at UNM. Dr. Adsul is a primary care physician by training and was a Cancer Prevention Fellow with the Implementation Science team at the National Cancer Institute. As an implementation scientist, she uses community-based and participatory research approaches focused on health equity, often utilizing mixed methods that to develop and test interventions and implementation strategies in pragmatic studies for cancer prevention and control.

Mandy Allison, MAEd, MD, MSPH*

Mandy Allison is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and has been the Director of the Prevention Research Center for Family and Child Health (PRC) since 2024.The PRC, founded by David Olds, is devoted to fostering healthier and more equitable communities for children and families to flourish through evidence-based interventions, programs, and policies focused early in life. She is currently a multiple principal investigator on two NIH-funded pragmatic trials. One is a trial of Nurse Family Partnership home-visiting for people with previous live births, and the other is a trial of enriching home-visiting to improve maternal and child cardiovascular health.

Ayodola Anise, MHS

Ayodola Anise, MHS is the senior director of operations working across FasterCures, Public Health, Future of Aging, and Feeding Change where she advances organizational strategy, effectiveness, efficiency, and equity. Most recently, she served as the deputy director for the National Academy of Medicine Leadership Consortium for a Learning Health System, translating the mission and vision into strategic approaches across the areas health equity; evidence generation; digital health; and value incentives and systems. Anise brings programmatic expertise on community engagement, health and health care quality and equity, and patient-centered comparative effectiveness research (CER). She earned a bachelor's in English writing with minors in chemistry and biology from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Health Science from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Jerica M. Berge, PhD, MPH, LMFT, CFLE

Jerica M. Berge is the new ACCORDS director, Associate Director for Child Outcomes Research, and a visiting Professor in the Department of Fa e department of family medicine and community health at the University of Minnesota where she also held the Carol Bland Endowed Chair in Research and was a Distingusihed Mcknight Professor.
Dr. Berge is both a researcher and licensed behavioral medicine clinician. Her NIH research agenda focuses broadly on child and family whole person health promotion across the life course using mixed-methods and dissemination science. Dr. Berge has expertise in conducting mixed-methods cohort and intervention studies that utilize ecological momentary assessment (EMA), mHealth, video-recorded family tasks, survey research, qualitative interviews, community-based participatory research, and machine learning to more fully understand complex processes related to health and well-being. Dr. Berge is one of the most cited authors on child and family health from an integrative perspective with over 200 publications, 500 presentations and 35 book chapters on related topics. She has been continuously funded by NIH as a Principal Investigator throughout her career, and currently is the PI on three R01 studies and a R61/33 clinical trial. She is highly committed to elevating the next generation of scholars and has been the PI and core faculty for multiple training grants including the Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) K12 and the Research on Eating and Activity for Community Health (REACH) T32. In addition, she is a strong advocate for elevating the research careers of faculty of color and currently has 8 diversity supplements connected to her NIH grants. Her leadership experience has included being the director of several centers and labs including being the co-director of the Community and Collaborations core in the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the director of the Center for Women’s Health Research, the director of the Primary Care Service Line Practice-Based Research Network, the director of the Learning Health Systems Hub, and the director of the Healthy Eating and Activity Across the Lifespan (HEAL) lab, which all focus on dissemination and implementation science.

Kristin Z. Black, PhD, MPH

Kristin Z. Black, PhD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in the Department of Maternal and Child Health and Department of Health Behavior at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. She received her MPH and PhD in Maternal and Child Health from the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. She also completed the NIH T32-funded Cancer Health Disparities Postdoctoral Program through the Department of Health Behavior at Gillings. Dr. Black is committed to utilizing community-based participatory research, mixed methods, and racial equity approaches to understand and address individual-level and structural inequities in reproductive health and chronic disease outcomes. Dr. Black is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Equity Scholar for Action, member of the Greensboro Health Disparities Collaborative (a community-medical-academic partnership), president of the Society for the Analysis of African American Public Health Issues, and Qualitative Research Consultant for ResearchTalk.

Steven Bradley, MD, MPH

Steven M. Bradley, MD, MPH is a General Cardiologist at the Allina Health Minneapolis Heart Institute (MHI) and a trained epidemiologist and health services researcher with interests focused on understanding the determinants of high-quality and high-value care. Dr. Bradley is the Director of Quality at Allina Health MHI and Associate Director of the Center for Healthcare Delivery Innovation at MHI, working to identify and implement data-driven approaches to improve patient outcomes and experience, clinical quality, and the value of healthcare. He is nationally recognized for his work, including more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, grant support from the Veterans Health Administration, American College of Cardiology, and American Heart Association, 2017 American College of Cardiology Distinguished Young Scientist Awardee, Associate Editor for JAMA Network Open, Senior Medical Advisor for Measurement for the American College of Cardiology, and Chair of the American College of Cardiology NCDR Oversight Committee.




Sarah Brewer, PhD, MPA*

Dr. Brewer directs the ACCORDS Education Program, serves as a Qualitative and Mixed Methodologist in the ACCORDS Qualitative and Mixed Methods Core, and is Assistant Professor of Family Medicine. She is also Associate Director for the Colorado Children’s Outcomes Network, a state-wide practice based research network (PBRN) of pediatric practices in Colorado focused on answering clinically relevant research questions. Dr. Brewer's research interests include disease prevention and establishment of healthy behavior in pediatric care, the role of community in refugee health during resettlement, and effective implementation of community engagement in health research and the health care system. She earned a PhD in Health and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Colorado Denver, a graduate certificate in Public Health Sciences from the Colorado School of Public Health, and Master of Public Administration with a focus in health policy from University of Colorado Denver, and. B.A. in International Studies and German Languages and Literature from the University of Denver.


Kathryn (Katie) Colborn, PhD, MSPH

Dr. Colborn is an Associate Professor the Division of Healthcare Policy and Research in the Department of Medicine. She Directs the Biostatistics and Analytics Core at ACCORDS. She also holds a secondary appointment in the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics in the Colorado School of Public Health, and she co-directs the Data Informatics and Statistics Core (DISC) of the Palliative Care Research Cooperative Group (PCRC). She has received extramural funding for her own research and has collaborated on numerous extramural research grants. Her research interests include design and analysis of randomized controlled trials and cluster randomized trials, analysis of electronic health record data, and health services and outcomes research.


Liza M. Creel, PhD, MPH*

Dr. Creel Creel is an Associate Professor in the Division of Health Care Policy and Research at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus School of Medicine. She is also a member of the Economic Analysis Core within ACCORDS and Affiliate Faculty in the Farley Health Policy Center. Dr. Creel's research is in the areas of maternal and child health, organizational collaboration within the healthcare and social service systems, and policy evaluation as it relates to impacts on cost, quality, and access. Dr. Creel serves as PI and Co-I on several studies, including a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation supported grant to examine cross-sector alignment among organizations serving pregnant and parenting women in recovery. Dr. Creel has taught courses in health policy analysis, health policy research, and microeconomic theory. She received her PhD in Health Services Research from Texas A&M University School of Public Health and her MPH from the University of Michigan School of Public Health.

Lisa Ross DeCamp, MD, MSPH

Lisa Ross DeCamp, MD, MSPH, is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children's Hospital Colorado. As a clinician scientist she is focused on understanding and addressing health disparities, with a particular focus on Latino children in immigrant families. Dr. DeCamp is a practicing general pediatrician bilingual in English and Spanish. Dr. DeCamp is also the medical director for the Children's Hospital Colorado Resource Connect program (a social needs screening and resource program with co-located
community partners). Dr. DeCamp has expertise in the clinical care and research participation of populations who primarily communicate in languages other than English.



Alex Dopp, PhD

Alex Dopp (he/him) is a behavioral and social scientist at RAND and a professor of policy analysis at Pardee RAND Graduate School. Also an implementation scientist and child clinical psychologist, he studies the use of research evidence, and related policy implications, for improving youth mental health and substance use services. He has rare dual expertise in behavioral health services and economic evaluation, which has allowed him to conduct research on "upstream" influences (financing strategies) and "downstream" outcomes (economic impact) of the implementation of evidence-based youth behavioral health treatments. His research involves
frequent collaboration with a variety of health policy, services, economics, and outcomes researchers, as well as patients and community stakeholders, within an interdisciplinary team science approach.




Brooke Dorsey Holliman, PhD

Dr. Brooke Dorsey Holliman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine in the School of Medicine. She specializes in the use of qualitative and mixed methods in health services research, and is skilled at health policy and program evaluation. Dr. Dorsey Holliman’s research focuses on health disparities and inequalities due to socioeconomic status, race/ethnicity, and social and structural factors. Prior to joining the University of Colorado, she was the founding Director of the Qualitative Core for the Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center at the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center. Dr. Dorsey Holliman earned her B.A. in Psychology from North Carolina Central University, a M.A. in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver, and a Ph.D. in Health and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Colorado Denver.


Russell E. Glasgow, PhD*

Dr. Glasgow is Director of the Dissemination and Implementation Program of ACCORDS and research professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Prior to Fall 2013, he was Deputy Director for Implementation Science in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Science at the U. S. National Cancer Institute ( Dr. Glasgow is an implementation scientist and evaluation expert who has worked on many transdisciplinary research issues including chronic illness self-management, worksite health promotion, primary care-based interventions, and community-based prevention programs involving community health centers

Susan D. Goold, MD, MHSA, MA

Susan Goold, MD, MHSA, MA studies the allocation of scarce resources for health. Her early philosophical work, emphasizing the need for communities to participate in informed deliberations about resource spending decisions that affect them, led her to develop an award-winning exercise, CHAT (CHoosing All Together) that has been used to engage communities in setting priorities for the use of limited resources for health research, health insurance and community health. She has developed, with a community partner, a network of partners from minority and underserved communities in Michigan and engaged these communities in research to inform health policy, including evaluating the expansion of Medicaid in Michigan. Other areas of Dr. Goold's work include empirical evaluation of Medicaid expansion, resource allocation during public health emergencies, public health ethics, physician stewardship, deliberative procedures in bioethics and health policy, and trust in healthcare organizations.

John Hitchcock, PhD

John H. Hitchcock, Ph.D., (University at Albany, State University of New York), is an Associate Vice President at Westat, where he co-leads several grant and contract-funded research projects. He is the lead editor of the Routledge Handbook for Advancing Integration in Mixed Methods Research and has co-authored more than 70 scholarly works. His primary areas of interest are advancing mixed methods research and evaluating interventions for students who experience academic and behavioral challenges.


Jodi Summers Holtrop, PhD, MCHES

Jodi Summers Holtrop, PhD, MCHES is Vice Chair for Research and Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and a Senior Implementation Scientist and Associate Director of the Adult and Child Center for Outcomes Research and Delivery Science (ACCORDS) Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) Science Program at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She has extensive experience as an implementation scientist, qualitative and mixed methods researcher, health educator and practice-based research director and has been a Principal Investigator on numerous NIH, AHRQ and PCORI grant awards. As a master certified health education specialists (MCHES), Dr. Holtrop has spent 25 years in Family Medicine devoted to research that supports the health behavior improvement of patients in primary care.

Miria Kano, PhD

Miria Kano, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community and Behavioral Health, in the Colorado School of Public Health at the Anschutz Medical Campus, and the Associate Director for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access at the University of Colorado Comprehensive Cancer Center. A medical anthropologist by training, Dr. Kano is dedicated to conducting participatory, population-based health research with communities minoritized as Sexual and Gender Minorities (SGM) and/or are otherwise medically underserved to improve healthcare delivery, and to enhance patient and caregiver health and well-being. Her program of research exists along two trajectories: 1) cancer health equity; and 2) education and training for cancer researchers and healthcare providers engaged with SGM and other minoritized communities.

Joey Mattingly, PharmD, MBA, PhD

Dr. Joey Mattingly has been in pharmacy for over twenty years, with pharmacy operations experience as an entry-level technician, staff pharmacist, pharmacy manager, district manager for a major pharmacy chain, and private equity start-up director for a long-term care pharmacy operation serving multiple states. Dr. Mattingly left the private sector in 2014 to pursue an academic career while simultaneously earning his Doctor of Philosophy in Health Services Research with a specific focus on pharmacoeconomics. His work focuses on drug pricing, health policy, and improving patient experience in health care.


Sarah McGee, BA

Sarah McGee has served as the Chief of Policy and Government Affairs for Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) since 2017 and has worked with NFP since 2007. She built NFP's government affairs department and expanded NFP's grassroots network in states and local communities. Her legislative work helped lead to the creation of the first dedicated federal funding stream for home visiting -- the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) program.

Charment Moussata, PhD

Dr. Charment Moussata is a professional with more than 12 years of experience in pharmaceutical R&D and clinical research. His journey in these fields illuminated a pressing need, leading him to establish Clinical Trust Solutions (CTS), a community-led research organization aimed at bridging the gap between the health research industry and underserved and marginalized communities, particularly the African diaspora. Committed to making clinical trials equitable, ethically accessible, and inclusive while reflecting the diversity of US populations, Dr. Moussata advocates for health equity, justice, and meaningful inclusion of diverse voices and perspectives in health research. A graduate of the University of Georgia and Colorado Technical University, Dr. Moussata holds a doctorate in Healthcare Management & Leadership. He serves on the PACT Council and the CO-CEAL Community Clinical Trials Advisory Board within the CCTSI. His work champions authentic community engagement and recognizes the African diaspora's diverse genetic and cultural facets, and advocates for trust-based partnerships to address health disparities and advance health equity. Dr. Moussata is the President & Founder of Clinical Trust Solutions.

Nate Nessle, DO

Nate is married for 12 years to his wife, Stephanie, and a father to their 3 children. He received his medical degree at Rocky Vista University, pediatrics residency at University of Louisville, fellowship training at the University of Michigan, a T32 NCI clinical research fellow in "interdisciplinary cancer care delivery" and a Global health research fellow through the Fogarty International Center at the NIH. Nate is a faculty member at the University of Michigan of the Center for Global Health Equity and in the division of Pediatric Hematology Oncology at CS Mott Children’s Hospital. He is a global pediatric hematologist/oncologist based in Kenya using mixed methods and pragmatic implementation science to improve the cancer journey for children and their families and believes no child with cancer should die from a fever.


Emily C. O'Brien, PhD

Emily O'Brien, PhD, is an associate professor of Population Health Sciences and Neurology at the Duke University School of Medicine and Co-Director of Population Health Sciences at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. An epidemiologist by training, Dr. O'Brien's research focuses on comparative effectiveness, patient-centered outcomes, and pragmatic health services research in chronic disease. Her expertise is in systematic assessment of medical therapies in real-world settings, including long-term safety and effectiveness assessment. She is an associate editor for Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes and a fellow of the American Heart Association.

David Olds, PhD

David Olds, PhD is Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado, where he is a primary investigator in the Prevention Research Center for Family and Child Health. He has developed and tested a program of home visiting by nurses known as Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) in three randomized clinical trials with different populations and with decades of longitudinal follow-up. NFP is designed to improve the outcomes of pregnancy, children's health and development, and women's health and life-course. NFP meets the "Top Tier" of evidence established by Evidence-Based Programs and is acclaimed for its prevention of child maltreatment. Today, NFP serves over 60,000 families per year in the US and 18,000 per year in seven other countries. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the Charles A. Dana Award for Pioneering Achievements in Health, the Stockholm Prize in Criminology, and honorary membership in Sigma theta Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing.

Alexis Palmer, PhD

Dr. Alexis Palmer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics at CU Boulder, a Faculty Fellow of the Institute of Cognitive Science, and affiliated faculty with the Department of Computer Science. Her research specializations are computational linguistics and natural language processing, with a particular interest in development of language technologies to support low-resource and endangered languages and domains. Her additional expertise encompasses computational analysis and extraction of meaning, both at the sentence level and the textual level

Jonathan Purtle, DrPH, MSc

Jonathan Purtle, DrPH, MSc is an implementation scientist whose research focuses on mental health policy. His work examines questions such as how research evidence can be most effectively communicated to policymakers and is used in
policymaking processes, how social and political contexts affect policymaking and policy implementation, and how the implementation of policies "on the books" can be improved in practice.


Maya Ragavan, MD, MPH, MS

Maya Ragavan, MD, MPH, MS is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Public Health, and Clinical and Translational Science. She is a general pediatrician and mixed-methods, community-partnered research whose NIH and CDC-funded work focuses on supporting intimate partner violence survivors in pediatric healthcare settings, engaging caregivers in helping adolescents form healthy relationships, and promoting health and thriving for immigrant and refugee communities. She has over 70 peer-reviewed publications and has given talks regionally and nationally about IPV prevention, language equity, and community-partnered research. She also serves as the Public Policy and Advocacy Chair for the Academic Pediatric Association.

Shetal Shah, MD

Shetal Shah, MD is a Professor of Pediatrics at New York Medical College, Maria Fareri Children's Hospital. He is a practicing neonatologist and has held a number of regional and national leadership positions in advocacy and policy, including currently serving as chair of the national Pediatric Policy Council. He co-leads the national American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Neonatology Advocacy Committee and has published over 100 peer-reviewed publications.

Natalie Smith, PhD

Natalie Smith, PhD aims to advance public health by generating tools and evidence to inform program and policy decision making. Her research program emphasizes applying a variety of decision science methods such as stated preference methods, economic evaluation, simulation modeling, and other decision analysis approaches. Substantively, Dr. Smith's research spans multiple areas of cancer and chronic disease prevention; current projects relate to weight management and tobacco use.

Elizabeth K. Towner, PhD

Elizabeth K. Towner, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences, faculty member in the Center for Health Equity and Community Knowledge in Urban Populations, Research Director for the MetroNet Practice-Based Research Network, and Co-Associate Director of the Community Engagement Core for their NIH-funded P50 Achieve Greater at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Her research broadly focuses on health equity, pediatric obesity, and developing health behavioral prevention and intervention programs. She has over a decade of experience conducting community-engaged and community-based participatory research in these areas including extensive experience implementing Boot Camp Translation methodology to develop, implement, and evaluate community-drive health campaigns that address community priorities specific to childhood obesity prevention, COVID-19, and Long COVID.

Katy Trinkley, PharmD, PhD, BCACP, FCCP

Katy Trinkley, PharmD, PhD, BCACP, FCCP is an Associate Professor and implementation scientist at the University of Colorado in the Department of Family Medicine with secondary appointments in the Department of Biomedical Informatics and the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine. She is also a primary care clinical pharmacist and clinical informaticist at UCHealth. Dr. Trinkley’s research focuses on advancing the visionary goals of learning health systems and leveraging data and implementation science to create innovative health information technologies to optimize safe, effective, and equitable medication use.

Jason H Wasfy, MD, MPhil, FACC

Jason Wasfy is director of outcomes research in the Massachusetts
General Hospital Cardiology Division. His research broadly uses
quasi-experimental statistical approaches as well as qualitative methods to
understand comparative effectiveness of treatment strategies and the
effects of health policies and novel forms of care delivery on clinical
outcomes. His group also seeks to understand mechanisms of improving
the resilience of cardiology care during the COVID-19 pandemic, and uses
research techniques developed in economics and political science to
understand the association of societal phenomena with public health
outcomes and more rigorously assess comparative effectiveness of care
delivery and treatment decisions.

Dr. Wasfy's research has been funded both by the American Heart
Association and National Institutes of Health as well as other sources and
he was the recipient of the American Heart Association Quality and
Outcomes Young Investigator Award in 2016. He has published over 160
peer-reviewed publications in academic journals, and he has mentored
over 30 junior investigators. Dr. Wasfy sits on several committees of the
American College of Cardiology and served as co-chair of the ACC
telehealth roundtable. He also has served on key scientific committees of
the American Heart Association and National Institutes of Health, and
currently serves on the Lancet Commission on Atherosclerotic Heart
Disease. He is currently the chair of the New England Comparative
Effectiveness Public Affairs Council, the nation's leading pharmaceutical
price watchdog.

As a clinical cardiologist, Dr. Wasfy practices outpatient general cardiology
as well as serves 8 weeks per year on several inpatient cardiology services
including the cardiac intensive care unit. He also has served in a range of
management positions in the Mass General Physicians Organization over
11 years and has led organizational programs in quality, population health,
medical policy, and external affairs.

Dr. Wasfy completed fellowships in cardiology and health policy and
management at the MGH, where he was the Roman DeSanctis clinical
scholar in cardiology in 2011 and served as chief fellow in cardiology. He
received his undergraduate degree in chemical engineering from MIT, his
MPhil from Oxford University where he studied as a Marshall Scholar, and
his SM and MD degrees from Harvard.


Daphne C. Watkins, PhD

Daphne C. Watkins, PhD is the Letha A. Chadiha Collegiate Professor of Social Work and a University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor at the University of Michigan who studies (1) behavioral interventions for historically marginalized groups, (2) mixed methods approaches to research in context, and (3) leadership development and organizational structures. Centering strategies for success among historically marginalized groups, Professor Watkins' research aims to maximize human potential, elevate social experiences, and provide equitable impact in communities and organizations. Ultimately, she is committed to conducting and mobilizing cutting-edge, use-inspired research to address important social concerns.

Asia Williams, MPH

Asia Williams,MPH is a Program Officer at the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) Leadership Consortium Collaboration for a Learning Health System. In this role, she leads the Culture Inclusion & Equity Action Collaborative, which focuses on facilitating meaningful engagement and building trust with individuals and communities served by health and health care systems. She has strong interests in studying and promoting meaningful patient, family, and community engagement in developing and implementing equitable and sustainable health and health care programs and policies


Shale Wong, MD, MSPH

Shale Wong, MD, MSPH is a pediatrician and professor of pediatrics and family medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, teaching child health, advocacy, policy and health care reform with focused interests in integrated care and achieving health equity. She is director of the Eugene S. Farley, Jr. Health Policy Center and Vice Chair for Policy and Advocacy in the Department of Pediatrics. Shale served as health policy advisor to First Lady Michelle Obama for development and implementation of her signature child obesity initiative, Let’s Move, and assisted in launching Joining Forces to improve wellness and resilience of military families. Additionally, she was a senior program consultant to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She continues to serve on several national and community advisory boards. As a lifelong dancer, she is inspired to advance health through the arts.

Yaxu Zhuang, PhD

Yaxu Zhuang, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Healthcare Policy and Research at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, specializing in biostatistics, data science, and AI to enhance healthcare outcomes. His work includes contributions through NIH-funded projects and publications, and he's actively involved in different collaborative projects focused on data analysis, data management and methodology development. I am dedicated to advancing health services research by developing novel statistical methodologies.

*Denotes member of COPRH Con Planning Committee

**Updated May 15, 2024

ACCORDS Education is back with it's annual Colorado Pragmatic Research in Health Conference (COPRH Con)! COPRH Con 2024 will be a virtual conference.

This format allows for remote connections for all conference sessions: keynote and plenary addresses, panel discussions, concurrent breakout sessions, poster presentations, as well as networking opportunities and consultations. We will use the AirMeet platform to facilitate this.

Attendees will hear from national experts in pragmatic research for three days of keynote and plenary addresses, networking, and break into concurrent sessions for more interactive participation. Additionally, registered participants have the opportunity to apply for a consultation with a project of their own or submit an abstract for our thematic poster sessions.


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Anschutz Health Sciences Building

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Third floor

Aurora, CO 80045


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