Epidemiology Research Seminar
(HRP 236)

Spring Quarter 2019

Course Director: Lorene Nelson, PhD, MS
April 2, 2019 - June 4, 2019
(Tuesdays 1:30 - 2:50 p.m.)

Medical School Office Building, x303

 

View the reading material for winter quarter below.

Date Speaker Topic

4/2

Lorene Nelson, PhD, MS
Associate Professor of Health Research and Policy (Epidemiology)
Smartphone Survey Methodology in Population Health Surveillance: A New Paradigm
4/9

Matthew Charles Baker, MD
Clinical Instructor, Immunology & Rheumatology
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Nathaniel Fleming
MD candidate | Health Services & Policy Research
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clincial Research

Jereen Kwong
MD candidate | Health Services & Policy Research
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Cardiac Sarcoidosis: A Retrospective Analysis of the Stanford Experience

 

 

Impact of Disease-Modifying Therapies on Risk of Malignancy in Danish Multiple Sclerosis Patients

 

 

Patterns of Intreoperative Non-opioid Analgesic Utilization Depend on Patient and Procedural Characteristics

4/16

Brian Boursiquot
MD candidate | Clinical Research & Cardiovascular-Pulmonary Sciences
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Eduardo Palacios Fabre
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Christi Bradshaw, MD
Clinical Instructor and Fellow, Medicine (Nephrology)
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Sedentary Behavior and the Risk of Atrial Fibrillation

 

 

Risk Factors for Bone Stress Fractures in a Cohort of Stanford and UCLA NCAA Runners

End-stage Renal Disease in Kerala, India: Patients' Perspectives on Financial Hardship and Physician Counseling

4/23

Vidya Pai, MD
Fellow, Pediatrics & Neonatology
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Erica Pasciullo Cahill, MD
Clinical Instructor and Fellow, OB/GYN
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Referral of Very Low Birthweight Infants to High-Risk Infant Follow-up in California

 

New Frontiers: Exploring Contraceptive Options

4/30

Stella Aslibekyan, PhD
Associate Professor of Epidemiology
University of Alabama School of Public Health

Beyond the Genome: Big Data Epidemiology at 23andMe (Article) (Article)

5/7

Ani Saraswathula
MD candidate | Clinical Research & Immunology
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Veronica Manzo
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research
MD candidate | Community Health & Cancer Biology

Rhonda Aoki
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Persistent Postoperative Opioid Use in Head and Neck Cancer Patients: a SEER_Medicare Analysis

 

 

Immunotherapy Outcomes

 

 

Testicular Cancer: Is race/ethnicity a Risk Factor for Non-Seminoma?

5/14

Swapnil Mehta
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Beau Nguyen
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

David Mariano
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Family Functioning and Its Impact on Adolescents with New Onset Mania

Analysis for Risk Factors of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy in Individuals Participating in Sports and Military Service

The Impact of Travel on Dengue in Kenya

5/21

Jamieson O'Marr
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Tuberculosis in Brazilian Prisons: The Effect of Transitions of Care on Treatment Success

5/28

Jaynelle Gao
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Yan Min, BM, MA
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Lauren Zarnett, MD
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Clinical Characterization by Sex of Patients with Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrom (PANS)

Prenatal or Postnatal Famine Exposures and Disease Outcomes in Adulthood

Institutional Practice Variation in Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Therapy in Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

6/4

Amrik Kang
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Neha Kumbhat, MD
Fellow, Pediatrics
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Manuel Blum
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Gender based Violence Prevention in Kenya

Co-Syntropin Stimulation Test as a Marker of Death or Major Morbidity in Premature Infants

Comparative Effectiveness of Statins and Exercise on Lipid Levels -- A Network Meta-Analysis

For further information about HRP 236 Epidemiology Research Seminars, please contact Educational Program Manager Misty Mazzara (mmazzara@stanford.edu).