February 27, 2018

CSDE Seminar Series

Climate Change Panel

     When:  Friday, Mar 2, 2018 (12:30-1:30 PM)
     Where:  121 Raitt Hall

This week, affiliates Leigh Anderson, Ben Fitzhugh, and Nathalie Williams–along with Kyle Armour–join us for a panel discussion on Climate Change. The panel highlights global climate change research methods, findings, and opportunities at the UW involving CSDE affiliates.

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CSDE Workshops

CSDE Computational Demography Working Group: Final Winter Quarter Meeting

     When:  Thursday, Mar 1, 2018 (12:00-1:20 PM)
     Where:  114 Raitt Hall

Join CSDE’s Computational Demography Working Group for our last meeting of winter quarter! Nathan Welch will lead the session on modeling and mapping human mobility, and Adrian Dobra and Nathalie Williams will also facilitate the discussion.

Light refreshments will be served, and everyone is welcome to attend!

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CSDE Research & Highlights

Save the Date: CSDE Panel on NIH Grants

Are you new to the idea of applying for NIH funding, and do not know where to get started? Unsure as to whether your work really fits with NIH to begin with? Want to know how CSDE can help, or get insights from fellow affiliates who have sat on review panels? Want to get some tips that work across the board, no matter where you are applying to for funding?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please save the date for our Panel Discussion on NIH funding: Tuesday, May 1, 2-4 pm, Smith Room, Suzzallo Library

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Clara Berridge Analyzes Implications of Medicaid Coverage for Passive Remote Monitoring Technologies

In an article published in the Journal of Medical Research, affiliate Clara Berridge examines the approaches of state Medicaid programs to technologies that enable passive remote monitoring. Berridge–an Assistant Professor at the School of Social Work–and her research team performed a policy analysis based on interviews with Medicaid program stakeholders regarding the inclusion of remote technologies in state waivers, along with related regulation policies. 

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Brad Wagenaar Analyzes Impacts of Ebola Disease Virus Outbreak on Primary Healthcare Delivery in Liberia

Affiliate Brad Wagenaar–Acting Assistant Professor of Global Health–co-authored a recent study that analyzes primary health indicators prior to, during, and in the wake of the 2014-2015 Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in Liberia, in order to estimate its short and long-term impacts on healthcare delivery. Published in PLOS Medicine, the study examines ten primary healthcare indicators using health information system data from 2010 to 2016.

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Kyle Crowder’s New Book Reviewed in the Jacobin

In a recent issue of the Jacobin, Maria Krysan and affiliate Kyle Crowder's new book Cycle of Segregation (Russell Sage Foundation, 2017) received a thoughtful review from Doug Massey, a renowned Sociologist, theorist, and analyst of U.S. segregation.

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