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
September 6, 2018 Liming Dong, Ph.D. University of Michigan Post-Stroke Depression: Prevalence, Risk Factors and Methodological Challenges Video
September 20, 2018 Abram Wagner, Ph.D. University of Michigan The epidemiology and control of vaccine-preventable diseases globally  
October 4, 2018 C. Leigh Pearce, Ph.D., M.P.H. University of Michigan An attempt to clarify the muddled world of ovarian cancer epidemiology Video
November 1, 2018 Jessie Marshall, M.D., M.P.H. Washtenaw County Health Department Pursuit of Health Equity in Washtenaw County Video
November 15, 2018 Wei Zhao, Ph.D. University of Michigan Multi-omics approaches to the genetics of complex disease Video
December 6, 2018  Mary L. Marazita, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh Genetic Epidemiology of Orofacial Cleft Birth Defects  
January 17, 2019 Eduardo Villamor, M.D., M.P.H., Dr.P.H.  University of Michigan Addressing causation through study design in perinatal epidemiology: New magic with old tricks Room 3755
February 7, 2019 Aubree Gordon, Ph.D. University of Michigan Studies of the Epidemiologic Features and Transmission of Influenza Room 3755
February 21, 2019  Lisa Mirel, M.S. National Center for Health Statistics National Center for Health Statistics' Data Linkage Program: Leveraging Administrative Data for Surveys  Room 3755
April 18, 2019 Jane E. Clougherty, M.Sc., Sc.D. Drexel University Social Susceptibility to Air Pollution in Respiratory and Cardiovascular Health Room 3755
April 23, 2019 Jana Hirschtick, Ph.D., MPH University of Michigan Examining health inequities at the individual, community, and national level Room M1122
For video clips of previous speakers, please visit our Historical Department Seminar Series page