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Shekinah Fashaw-Walters Wins 2022 Heinz Dissertation Award

Shekinah Fashaw-Walters Wins 2022 Heinz Dissertation Award

Congratulations to HSR Program Alumna Shekinah Fashaw-Walters, winner of the 2022 John Heinz Dissertation Award

 

Andrew Zullo Publishes in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Andrew Zullo Publishes in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Congratulations to Andrew Zullo, PharmD, PhD on this recent publication!

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Kaley Hayes invited to join '22-'23 cohort of the US Deprescribing Research Network’s (USDeN) Junior Investigator Intensive (JII) Program in Deprescribing Research.

Emerging Leader Kaley Hayes

Congratulations, Kaley!
Read more about the 2022-23 cohort.

Portia Cornell Leads Memory-care Study

Portia Cornell Leads Memory-care Study

Portia Cornell, PhD was lead author in Alzheimer's & Dementia with Prof. Kali Thomas and Momotazur Rahman, PhD. The article, "Memory care reduces nursing home admissions among assisted-living residents with dementia" compares nursing-home and hospital admissions among residents with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (ADRD) in memory-care assisted living to those in general assisted living. Memory care is associated with reduced rates of nursing-home placement, particularly long-term stays, compared to general assisted living.

Courtney Johnson is lead author.

Lead Author Courtney Johnson, HSR PhD Student

HSR PhD student Courtney Johnson is lead author in Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology with Professor Omar Galáragga and others. Congratulations, Courtney!

Omar Galarraga recent publication titled: “Community-funded integrated care outreach clinics as a capacity building strategy to expand access to health care in remote areas of Uganda."

Global Health Publication: Prof. Omar Galárraga

Professor Omar Galárraga recently published an article with others in Global Health Action titled "Community-funded integrated care outreach clinics as a capacity building strategy to expand access to health care in remote areas of Uganda."

Dr. Sarah Robertson successfully defended her dissertation “Causal inference using diverse sources of data” on Wednesday, December 15 in front of a hybrid crowd at the School of Public Health. Congratulations, Sarah!

Sarah Robertson Successfully Defends Dissertation

Dr. Sarah Robertson successfully defended her dissertation “Causal inference using diverse sources of data” on Wednesday, December 15 in front of a hybrid crowd at the School of Public Health. Congratulations, Sarah!

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