Health Research and Policy

Epidemiology Research Seminar (HRP 236)

Winter Quarter 2013
Course Director: Weiva Sieh
January 8 - March 12, 2013
(Tuesdays 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.)
HRP Redwood Building, Room T138B

Date Speaker Topic
1/8
Joshua Loya
MS Candidate in Epidemiology
Medical Student
Surgical Intervention Versus Observation for the Pediatric Epidural Hematoma
1/15
Kiran Khush, MD
Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine
Donors for Heart Transplantation
1/22
Michaela Kiernan, PhD
Sr Research Scientist,
Stanford Prevention Research Center
Promoting Healthy Weight with Stability First: A Randomized Trial
1/29
Esther John, PhD
Sr Research Scientist, Cancer Prevention Institute of California
Consulting Professor of Health Research and Policy
Early-life Factors and Breast Cancer Risk: The LEGACY Girls Study
2/5
Douglas Corley, MD, PhD, MPH
Research Scientist, Kaiser Permanente Northern California
Associate Professor of Gastroenterology, University of California, San Francisco
Evaluating and Improving the Effectiveness of Real-World Cancer Screening
2/12
Eswar Krishnan, MD, MPhil
Assistant Professor of Immunology and Rheumatology
An Introduction to Epidemiology of Arthritis
2/19
Ann Hsing, PhD
Director of Research, Cancer Prevention Institute of California
Molecular Epidemiology of Biliary Tract Cancer: Etiologic Clues and Cancer Prevention
2/26
Michael Silverberg, PhD, MPH
Research Scientist, Kaiser Permanente Northern California
HIV Infection, Immunodeficiency and Cancer Risk
3/5
David H Rehkopf, ScD, MPH
Assistant Professor of Medicine
How Minor Differences in Counterfactuals Make Major Differences in Effects: Examples From Social Epidemiology
3/12
Stephen Sidney, MD, MPH
Director of Research Clinic,
Kaiser Permanente Northern California
The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study: Past, Present, and Future
3/19
No Seminar
Final exams week

If you need directions or would like to be on the e-mail list, please contact Toni Ali (650-723-5456; ). Suggestions and self-nominations for seminar speakers and topics are welcome.

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