*Program may be subject to change
Your ICAMPAM 2022 virtual registration includes:
->Access to the ICAMPAM 2022 Virtual Conference platform via the Whova App
->On Wednesday 22 June (Time zone: MDT), one full day of livestreamed access of proceedings from Shavano Peak Meeting Room, including:
- ICAMPAM Welcome
- Keynote Speaker: Prof. I-Min Lee
- Symposium: Spatial analyses with behavioral data
- Sponsor Talks
- Virtual posters session
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jessilyn Dunn
- Symposium: Physical Behaviors and Health: New Methods and Insights from Large Epidemiologic Studies Using Accelerometry
- Oral Session: Novel statistical approaches and applications
-Not able to watch live? Recorded presentations from all ICAMPAM 2022 Keynote Speakers will be posted approximately 24hrs after the presentation and will be available for 90 days. Full program at a glance is available here.
-Access to all virtual poster sessions (2) and to all on-line poster listings. Poster listings include poster PDFs, abstract text, and author listing. Also, if provided, contact information and a brief video.
-Virtually connect and network throughout ICAMPAM 2022 with other leading and emerging researchers through the Whova App. Private instant messaging with presenters and fellow attendees (on-site and virtual) with the ability to create group chats. Take advantage of this for up to 90 days!
(WHOVA was used to great success at the ICAMPAM 2021 virtual conference).
->Access to the interactive program scheduler to build your own custom program
->An on-line program and abstract book
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM ICAMPAM Welcome & Hans Bussmann Lecture: Prof. I-Min Lee “Maximizing the utility and comparability of accelerometer data from large-scale observational epidemiologic studies”
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Symposium: Spatial analyses with behavioral data
12:15 PM – 1:20 PM Sponsor Talks & Virtual Poster time
1:30 PM – 2:15 PM Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jessilyn Dunn “The Digital Physiome: Wearables for Early Disease Detection”
2:45 PM – 4:15 PM Symposium: Physical Behaviors and Health: New Methods and Insights from Large Epidemiologic Studies Using Accelerometry
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Oral Session: Novel statistical approaches and applications