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

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

5/21

Jamieson O'Marr
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

David Mariano
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

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

The Impact of Travel on Dengue in Kenya

5/28

Jaynelle Gao
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

Lauren Zarnett, MD
MS candidate | Epidemiology & Clinical Research

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

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

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

Prenatal or Postnatal Famine Exposures and Disease Outcomes in Adulthood *CANCELLED*

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

The Asili Program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: A Longitudinal Analysis

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).