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.

SPRING 2017

MARCH 28

Blood Pressure in Older Adults: The Importance of Functional Status
Michelle Odden
Oregon State University


April 4

Surveillance Systems for Zoonotic Diseases in Washington State
Hanna Oltean
Zoonotic Disease Epidemiologist at the Washington State Department of Health


APRIL 11

Clinical Epidemiology of Hospital and Environmental Infections in High-Risk Cancer Patients
Steve Pergam
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center


APRIL 18

Starting Your Research Off Right - Exploratory Work with Community Partners
Caleb Banta-Green
School of Public Health, UW


APRIL 25

Developing HSV Vaccines
Anna Wald
School of Public Health, UW


MAY 2

How does maternal agency and social support influence infant and young child feeding and children's nutritional status? Evidence from Uganda.
Scott Ickes
School of Public Health, UW


MAY 9

Identifying a Promising Anti-carcinogenic Intervention for Shift Workers
Parveen Bhatti
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center


MAY 16

Methodologic Issues in Women's Reproductive Health Research
Victoria Holt
School of Public Health, UW


MAY 23

Low Fat vs. Full-Fat Dairy Consumption, Obesity, and Cardiometabolic Disease
Mario Kratz
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center


MAY 30

SER Preview: UW Department of Epidemiology Students
School of Public Health, UW


 

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