Integrating Special Populations Seminar Series

This program is provided by the Integrating Special Populations (ISP) Resource.


The Integrating Special Populations (ISP) Seminar Series addresses the study of diseases across the lifespan. It emphasizes the origins and consequences of diseases, transitioning between pediatric and adult care, and applying what is known about diseases in adults to early intervention and prevention in childhood and promotes collaboration. Seminar sessions are held throughout the year and aim to summarize the current state of clinical and research data, barriers to transition of care, and future directions. 


Seminars are open to the Columbia University community, and anyone interested in the specific topic.


There is no cost to attend this seminar series.

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If your research has benefited from one or more Irving Institute resources, please remember to:

  • Cite our CTSA grant, UL1 TR001873, in any relevant publications, abstracts, chapters, and/or posters.
  • Submit your publications to PubMed Central (PMC) for compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
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