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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!

 

November 23

Cochlear Center for Hearing and Public Health Seminar: Thomas Cudjoe presents “Connecting, Aging, and Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities,” Noon-1:00 pm
 
Cancer Epidemiology, Prevention and Control Research in Progress: Michael Marrone presents “On the Evolution from Etiology to Consequentialism—Insights into the Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer through Blood Pressure and Hypertension,”
12:15-1:15 pm
 
Infectious Disease Epidemiology Journal Club: Alexandra Mueller and Victoria Kamilar present “Human Exposure to Zoonotic Malaria Vectors in Village, Farm and Forest Habitats in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo,” 12:15-1:20 pm
 
Welch Center Research in Progress: Faculty Showcase featuring Lawrence Appel, Casey Rebholz and Jung-Im Shin,
12:15-1:15 pm 
 
Epidemiology and Biostatistics of Aging Research in Progress: Bryan James and Michelle Shardell presents “Life After EBA! A Career Development Session with EBA Program Alumni,” 3:30-4:30 pm

November 24

Epidemiological and Statistical Methods for Epidemiologists Journal Club: Alex Buben leads a discussion of “Causal Inference and Constructed Measures: Towards a New Model of Measurement for Psychosocial Constructs,” 12:15-1:20 pm

Genetic Epidemiology Journal Club: Debra Mathews leads a discussion of “Genomics in the Era of COVID-19: Ethical Implications for Clinical Practice and Public Health,” Noon-1:20 pm