Department Seminar Series

The Epidemiology Seminar Series brings together current leaders in the field to share the most exciting developments in Epidemiologic science with the University of Michigan academic community. The Seminar Series are scheduled on Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 pm at the Univeristy of Michigan School of Public Health.

Date Speaker Institution Presentation Title Location/Video
March 7, 2022

Dr. Sebastian Zollner;
Dr. Jennifer Smith; Anisa Driscoll

University of Michigan Precision Health Workshop
January 27, 2022 Dr. Christina Denslinger Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center (GLITEC) Opioid Response in Tribal Communities: The Saving Lives Project
December 9, 2021 Dr. Colin Carlson Georgetown University Predicting and preventing the next pandemic new ideas for a familiar problem


December 2, 2021 Dr. Daniel M. Parker University of California, Irvine Mapping mosquito spit: a novel way to assess the space-time risk of mosquito-borne diseases


November 4, 2021 Dr. Laura Matrajt Fred Hutch Research Center, Seattle Optimizing COVID-19 Vaccine Allocation


September 30, 2021 Dr. Samuel Cohn Texas A&M University All Societies Die: The Causes of Long-Term Societal Dysfunction

Zoom Webinar

September 2, 2021 Dr. Belinda Needham University of Michigan Maternal exposure to vicarious structural racism and newborn health disparities in Michigan: The Flint Water Crisis


For video clips of previous speakers, please visit our Historical Department Seminar Series page