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January 28
CSSS Seminar: Data Visualization at the New York Times
UW Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences

Amanda Cox
New York Times

Amanda Cox is a graphics editor at the New York Times, where she makes charts and maps for the paper and its web site. Before joining the Times in 2005, she earned a masters degree in statistics from the University of Washington. She received the Excellence in Statistical Reporting Award from the American Statistical Association in 2012 and was part of a team that won a National Design Award in 2009.

12:30 pm - 1:20 pm
Savery 409
http://www.csss.washington.edu/Seminars/
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January 28
PHEnOM Seminar: The Integrative Meta-regression Framework from the Global Burden of Disease (DisMod-MR)
PHEnOM Seminar Series, Program in Health Economics and Outcomes Methodology, Department of Health Services, UW School of Public Health

Abraham Flaxman
Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

Methods Topic: Meta-Regression

3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Health Sciences Building, H371
For more information:
Anirban Basu
http://depts.washington.edu/phenom/seminar/
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January 29
Understanding Vaccine Effects in Populations

Elizabeth Halloran, MD, MPH, DSc

Professor of Biostatistics and Member
Vaccine and Infectious Diseases Division and Public Health Sciences Division, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Department of Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University of Washington

12:30 pm - 1:20 pm
Magnuson Health Sciences Building, Room D-209
For more information:
J. Sharpe
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January 29
Nutritional Sciences Seminar: The Role of the University District Food Bank in Promoting Food Justice
Nutritional Sciences

1/29 Speaker: Joe Gruber; Executive Director, University District Food Bank; Board Member, Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance; Executive Committee Member, Seattle Food Committee

 

About the Winter 2015 seminar series: This weekly seminar series will examine critical issues in global nutrition, such as malnutrition, hidden hunger, and dual burden of disease, focusing on food justice and the right to food both in Seattle–King County and globally. The seminar is open to all UW faculty, staff, and students.

Students may register for NUTR 490 (SLN 17807, undergraduates) or NUTR 500 (SLN 17808, graduates). For the complete schedule, click here.

12:30 pm - 1:20 pm
Alder Commons, Auditorium/104
For more information:
Kristin Elko
206-221-8526
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