Faculty

Sascha Dublin

Affiliate Professor, Epidemiology

206-287-2870

Education

PhD Epidemiology, University of Washington, 1999
MD University of Washington, 2001

Contact

206-287-2870

Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
1730 Minor Avenue, Suite 1600
Seattle, WA 98101

Research Interests

Dr. Dublin’s research interests include pharmacoepidemiology, pregnancy outcomes and perinatal epidemiology; aging; and cardiovascular epidemiology. Her work uses real-world health care data from Group Health and many other sources to better understand the safety and effectiveness of medications and other medical interventions.  She often focuses on the impact of interventions in vulnerable populations, particularly pregnant women and older adults. She also has interest and expertise in using novel statistical and epidemiologic methods to answer real-world questions, such as the use of two-phase study designs to reduce bias and Natural Language Processing  to extract information from electronic medical records (EMRs).  She is the Group Health site Principal Investigator for the Medication Exposures in Pregnancy Risk Evaluation Program (MEPREP), a multisite collaboration that has developed data sets including 1.2 million pregnancies across 11 health plans to examine medication safety in pregnant women.

Recent Publications (PubMed)

Reply to: Disease latency and new-user versus prevalent-user cohort designs: Implications for pharmacoepidemiology in dementia.
(2023 Dec 26)
J Am Geriatr Soc
Lee AK, Lee SJ, Dublin S

Effect of Personalized Risk-Reduction Strategies on Cognition and Dementia Risk Profile Among Older Adults: The SMARRT Randomized Clinical Trial.
(2024 Jan 1)
JAMA Intern Med 184(1): 54-62
Yaffe K, Vittinghoff E, Dublin S, Peltz CB, Fleckenstein LE, Rosenberg DE, Barnes DE, Balderson BH, Larson EB

The Impact of Pandemic-Related Restrictions on Dementia Risk Factors in Older Adults.
(2023 Nov 6)
J Appl Gerontol
Simone T, Peltz C, Rosenberg DE, Barnes DE, Fleckenstein LE, Dublin S, Yaffe K

Intranasal challenge with B. pertussis leads to more severe disease manifestations in mice than aerosol challenge.
(2023)
PLoS One 18(11): e0286925
Weaver KL, Bitzer GJ, Wolf MA, Pyles GM, DeJong MA, Dublin SR, Huckaby AB, Gutierrez MP, Hall JM, Wong TY, Warden M, Petty JE, Witt WT, Cunningham C, Sen-Kilic E, Damron FH, Barbier M

The electronic health record Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia Assessment Rule (eRADAR) Brain Health Trial: Protocol for an embedded, pragmatic clinical trial of a low-cost dementia detection algorithm.
(2023 Dec)
Contemp Clin Trials 135(): 107356
Dublin S, Greenwood-Hickman MA, Karliner L, Hsu C, Coley RY, Colemon L, Carrasco A, King D, Grace A, Lee SJ, Walsh JME, Barrett T, Broussard J, Singh U, Idu A, Yaffe K, Boustani M, Barnes DE

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