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Epidemiology

Seminars

The Department of Epidemiology sponsors an array of seminars including doctoral student presentations, weekly seminars addressing current topics in epidemiologic research and track-specific journal clubs, research-in-progress meetings and seminars. See you at seminar!


April 22

Infectious Disease Epidemiology Journal Club: Neia Prata Menezes and Taylor Smull lead a discussion of “Dependency of Vaccine Efficacy on Preexposure and Age: A Closer Look at a Tetravalent Dengue Vaccine,” Noon-1:20 pm, W3008

Cancer Epidemiology, Prevention and Control Research in Progress: Yonaira Rivera presents “Exploring Cancer Message Engagement on Facebook among U.S. Latinos” and Liuye Huang presents “Breast Cancer Awareness among Community Women and Health Professionals in Tanzania,” 12:15-1:20 pm, W2017

Welch Center Research in Progress: Esther Kim presents “Two-Week Burden of Arrhythmias Across CKD Severity” and Frances Wang’s presentation TBD, 12:15-1:20 pm, Powe Room (1-500Q), 2024 E. Monument St.

Epidemiology and Biostatistics of Aging Research in Progress, 3:30-4:30 pm, COAH Large Conference Room (2-701), 2024 E. Monument St.

April 26

Methods and Ideas in Cardiovascular Epidemiology Meeting: Scott Zeger presents “Structured Machine Learning from Cohort Data Using RF-SLAM,” 10:00-11:00 am, Whelton Room (2-603), 2024 E. Monument St.

April 29

Cochlear Center Seminar: Jonathan Peelle presents “Measuring and Overcoming Cognitive Challenge in Speech Comprehension,” Noon-1:00 pm, W2030