Research Innovations and Networking Series (RINS)

The BSS Research Innovations and Networking Series (RINS) is a monthly series of presentations and discussions designed to foster social interaction, promote collaboration, and stimulate new research in key areas, including innovative research in intervention development, health disparities, community engagement, and technology. 

RINS lectures fall under four broad themesHealth Disparities, Community Engagement, Technology, and Intervention Developmentand focus of the following core research areas: Alcohol and other drug use, Smoking and tobacco use, Obesity, Nutrition, Physical activity, HIV and sexually transmitted infections, Behavioral medicine, and Health disparities and Culture.

All RINS lectures are held on Fridays, 12:00-1:00 pm, at 121 South Main St. Providence, in room 245. Please see the RINS Schedule for upcoming events. If you would like to be added to our mailing list and receive invites to future RINS events, please email with your request. Subscribe to the BSS RINS Channel here.