What: Symposium on Complexity in Health and Wellness Behavior
Where: Burlington, Vermont USA
When: Sept. 5-7, 2018

  • General: Early Bird $2,403 (After Early Bird: $2,603)
  • Academic, Non-profit, Government: Early Bird $1,363 (After Early Bird: $1,563)
  • Student/UVM Affiliate: Early Bird $843 (After Early Bird: $1,043)
Early Bird pricing ends July 20, 2018

We aim for this course to be an intimate experience, space is very limited and is available first-come-first-served.

A limited number of fee waivers will be given on the basis of merit and need (please contact juniper.lovato@uvm.edu)
Course Description: 
We are excited to announce our inaugural symposium on complexity in health and wellness behavior. During this intensive three-day professional education course, we will explore boundary-breaking science that is being used to tackle issues related to human behavioral health. Faculty for this course come from data analytics, medicine and behavioral health, complexity science, computer science, psychology, neuroscience, economics, biology, and biomedical engineering. During this program, you will be introduced to methods, tools, and theory currently being used to understand human wellness from a multi-scaled perspective.

Our professional education programs attract a diverse network of business professionals, academics, innovators, investors, government and health practitioners, regulators, and thought leaders. Our programs challenge participants to think about global issues from a new perspective, to expand their network outside their normal fields, and seek solutions to real world data-rich problems informed by cutting-edge scientific research. No background in science or mathematics is required.
More Information: Website
Juniper Lovato