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 5, 2019 Joseph Eisenberg, Ph.D. University of Michigan, School of Public Health Extending One-Health principles using a systems epidemiologic approach: The spread of antibiotic resistance in rural Ecuador. Room 3755, SPH I
 October 17, 2019 Marc Lipsitch, D.Phil. Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Measuring the effects of vaccines in randomized and observational contexts: challenges and ways forward. Room 3755, SPH I 
 November 14, 2019 Eben Kenah, Ph.D. Ohio State University, College of Public Health Pairwise survival analysis, regression models, and epidemiologic methods for infectious disease transmission.  Room 3755, SPH I
December 5, 2019 Roberta McKean-Cowdin, Ph.D. University of Southern California, School of Medicine A Population-based Study of Eye Disease and Vision-Specific Quality of Life; findings from the Los Angeles Latino Eye Study and the African American Eye Study.  Room 3755, SPH I
January 30, 2020 Leah C. Katzelnick, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley Disease-enhancing antibodies and vaccine safety: insights from flavivirus seroepidemiology.  Room 3755, SPH I
February 6, 2020 Sarah Reeves, Ph.D., MPH Unviersity of Michigan, Michigan Medicine Improving the quality of care for children with sickle cell anemia  Room 3755, SPH I
February 27, 2020 Yasamin Kusunoki, Ph.D., MPH University of Michigan, School of Nursing The Dynamics of Intimate Relationships and Contraceptive Use During Early Emerging Adulthood  Room 3755, SPH I
April 9, 2020 Sara Adar, Sc.D., M.H.S. University of Michigan, School of Public Health TBD  Room 3755, SPH I

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