Using epidemiologic methods to study the uses, benefits, and harms of medical interventions to inform clinical decision-making and improve population health.
Emilie D. Duchesneau, MSPH successfully defended her doctoral dissertation titled, “Validation of a Medicare claims-based frailty index for identifying longitudinal changes in frailty in older adults” on Wednesday, March 29, 2023. Our research group is so proud of Emilie and … Continued
Jeff Yang, MSPH successfully defended his doctoral dissertation titled, “Treat-to-Target Monitoring Colonoscopy in US Adult Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease” on Monday, November 7, 2022. Our research group is so proud of Jeff’s accomplishments and wish him the best in … Continued
We are thrilled to welcome the three newest members of our research group – Bria Carmichael, Jeanny Wang, and Xiaomeng (Olivia) Chen! These first year students will be soaking in all that the Department of Epidemiology has to offer – … Continued
Sydney Thai, MS successfully defended his doctoral dissertation titled, “Frailty Screening and Impairment Patterns in Older Adults with Cancer: A Dissertation using the Cancer Aging and Resilience Evaluation (CARE) Registry” on Monday, July 25, 2022. Our research group is so … Continued