Caling all bakers! Register your dessert pie entry to compete in the bake off judged by alumnus, scientist, author, and baker Chris Taylor and his spouse Paul Arguin. All entries will be judged prior to the start of EPI Seminar on Thursday, November 21, where Arguin is the speaker.
Bring your registered pies up to A521!
Registered pies will be assessed by celebrity guest judges Chris Taylor (EPI '10) and Paul Arguin (seminar speaker this week), who together have won more than 600 awrads for baking and reently coauthored the bestselling cookbook The New Pie. Blue ribbons will be awarded at 1 p.m. after Epi Seminar where Arguin is the speaker.
Come and taste the pies! While they last. Blue ribbons will be awarded at 1 p.m. following the noon EPI departmental seminar by Paul Arguin in G23.
Arguin is chief (retired), Domestic Response Unit, Malaria Branch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Research interests include the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases associated with international travel, including malaria and zoonoses. Also a guest judge for the PiE Bake Off!
The Epidemiological Methods Journal Club meets weekly to discuss papers related to the foundations of the causal inference framework and new epidemiologic methods.
The purpose of the Diabetes Research Journal Club is to discuss current literature in the area of Diabetes, bringing us all up to date with current issues in the field. Each member will be asked to pick a date to briefly (5 minutes) present an article from the journal of their choice, which will be followed by group discussion. However, everyone is invited to brief the group on articles he/she may have found of interest at every meeting.
The CVD Epidemiology journal club is a forum for scientific interaction between CVD Epidemiology training program students, collaborating faculty and other students with interest in CVD Epidemiology.
Pharmacoepidemiology Methods Applied to the Study of the Real-world Use, Safety, and Effectiveness of Oral Anticoagulants
Inma Hernandez, PharmD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Pharmacy and Theraputics; Associate Director, Center for Pharmaceutical Policy and Prescribing, University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
Dr. Thurston received both her Master’s and doctorate degrees in clinical health psychology from Duke University. Following a clinical internship at the University of Washington School of Medicine in 2003, she went on to complete a two-year fellowship as a Robert Wood Johnson Health and Society Scholar at Harvard University before joining the Department of Psychiatry faculty at the University of Pittsburgh in 2005 as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Thurston also holds secondary appointments at Pitt in the Department of Epidemiology and the Department of Psychology, and in 2011 was awarded membership on the University’s graduate faculty. Throughout her career at the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Thurston has demonstrated a passion for research and training the next generation of academic researchers. Her innovative research focuses on menopause and cardiovascular disease (CVD) in women, two prevalent and inter-related health issues that can have a profound impact on women’s lives. Specifically, one line of her research examines the physiology, management, and sequelea of menopausal hot flashes - phenomena experienced by over 70% of women and for which there are no known treatments.
Last Updated On Thursday, December 22, 2016 by Weller, Alison N
Created On Thursday, December 22, 2016