School of Public Health

Epi 583 Seminar Series

The Epi 583 Seminar Series is a department-sponsored seminar series for students, staff, and faculty, as well as practicing professionals in the field. Speakers and topics are selected to highlight the diversity of research ongoing in the department.

Seminars are held Tuesdays from 3:30-4:50 PM in Health Sciences K-069, unless otherwise noted.

WINTER 2017

JANUARY 10

Whose Genomes Matter?
Alice Popejoy
University of Washington


JANUARY 17

Using the HPV Vaccine to Interrupt Recurrence of High-Grade Neoplasia
Margaret Madeleine
School of Public Health, UW


JANUARY 24

Epidemiologic Methods to Explore Mechanisms in Social Epidemiology
Wendy Barrington
School of Public Health, UW


JANUARY 31

Epidemiology of Atrial Fibrillation
Susan Heckbert
School of Public Health, UW


FEBRUARY 7

SPECIAL SEMINAR:
Adjusting for Screening History in Epidemiologic Studies of Cancer: Why, When, and How to Do It

Noel Weiss
School of Public Health, UW


FEBRUARY 14

A Pharmacoepidemiology Analysis and Considerations for Sources of Bias
Kerryn Reding
School of Public Health, UW


FEBRUARY 21

SPECIAL SEMINAR:
Social Capital and Disaster Resilience: Lessons from the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami
Ichiro Kawachi
Harvard School of Public Health
Note: this seminar will be held in Genome Sciences-060 with a reception to follow


FEBRUARY 28

Do Complete Streets Policies Cause Bike Fatalities while Decreasing Cyclist Fatality Risk, a.k.a., Why the Parametric G-Formula is Awesome
Stephen Mooney
School of Public Health, UW


MARCH 7

Associations Between Depression and Marijuana Use and Misuse During Adolescence
Isaac Rhew
School of Public Health, UW


 

For questions, contact Faculty Seminar Coordinator: Amanda Phipps (aiphipps@uw.edu)