Promoting integrity and excellence in research in an environment

that is collaborative, supportive, and builds capacity.

National Native Health Research Training Initiative Webinar Series

September 3, 2020

Be a part of the conversation!

Join us virtually every third Wednesday of the month at 2 pm ET:



September 16, 2020 

Keynote Speakers:
Karletta Chief & Duane Chili Yazzie
"Social and Cultural Impacts on Diné Communities following the Gold King Mine Spill"

Dr. Luis Cubano, NHGRI
JT Theofilos & Delight Satter, CDC
Student Activity:
Dr. Otakuye Conroy-Ben
"Wastewater-based Epidemiology in Tribal Communities"


October 21, 2020 - Details Pending



Wednesday, June 17, 2020
Keynote: Dr. Suzanne Stewart
"Indigenous Health, Healing, and Research: COVID-19 Challenges & Strategies for Moving Forward"


Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Keynote: Dr. Wilfred Denetclaw
"Academia, Cell Biology, COVID19, and a Long Path Traveled for the Navajo Nation"


Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Keynote: Dr. Dedra Buchwald
"Small Populations Big Problems"

Take part in important discussion on the state of Native health and health care research: share your research; explore findings on  innovations and partnerships; help identify and fill key gaps in Native health research; hold discussions relevant to today's health crisis.

THIS EVENT is FREE and open to all interested participants.
For more information and to access the login link:


Please also share this flyer with your colleagues and anyone interested in AI/AN health and wellness.


Lead Sponsor: IHS Hosts: AIHEC and NRN



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