Building a big data analysis research portfolio during a global pandemic (RIPPT third webinar)
The RIPPT seminar series is a monthly research-focused webinar that provides an interactive forum on topics of interest to the community of researchers in physical therapy and rehabilitation related fields.
This month’s 60-minute seminar comes to you as a conversation with Dr. Sook-Lei Liew, PhD, OTR/L on how she was able to develop expertise in Big Data analytics methods and how she was able to sustain her productivity during a Global Pandemic. David A. Brown, PT, PhD, FAPTA, will interview Dr. Liew as she presents and shares her perspectives on:
- How does a clinically-based researcher develop and acquire the skills to become expert in Big Data analytics?
- What are the advantages of focusing on large open-source datasets during a Global Pandemic?
- How can individuals and/or departments build a successful Big Data Analysis research portfolio?
The formal interview will be followed by an open discussion amongst participants.
Date & Time: Tuesday, April 13, 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. ET
Target Audience: Faculty, post-docs, program directors/chairs, PhD students, and others interested in mentorship and building research capacity.
Learning Objectives: The participant will reflect and identify:
- Ways to acquire training and resources for development of skills.
- Strategies to strengthen a Big Data Analytics research portfolio.
- A plan for identifying research questions and open-source datasets that are especially ideal for grant applications targeting Big Data Analysis
- Sook-Lei Liew, PhD, OTR/L, Assistant Professor; Director, Neural Plasticity and Neurorehabilitation LaboratoryCo-Director, USC SMART-VR Center; Chan Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy, Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy, Biomedical Engineering, and Neurology; USC Stevens Neuroimaging and Informatics Institute; University of Southern California
- David A. Brown, PT, PhD, FAPTA, Professor; Senior Vice President and Dean; George T. Bryan Distinguished Professor; School of Health Professions; The University of Texas Medical Branch
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