December 31, 2019

CSDE Research & Highlights

CSDE Trainee Spotlight: Sarah Stansfield

CSDE Trainee Sarah Stansfield studies a unique facet of anthropology and epidemiology: epidemic modeling and how modeling HIV virulence evolution within networks of people provides critical insights to how HIV evolves in the real world. Not only has she published recent articles on HIV with her CSDE mentor and dissertation advisor CSDE affiliate Steven Goodreau, she also just received a PhD in Biocultural Anthropology and an MPH in Epidemiology this past Fall quarter.

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Keeping You in the News!

Please tell us about your publications and grants!  Our NIH program officers want to hear about your publications, grants, awards, recognitions, publicity and news coverage. Our program officers really prefer to have pre-publication notice, if possible. As soon as you know that your research is forthcoming, please let us know! We want to get the word out about your population science research findings that resulted from UW and CSDE support.

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Help CSDE by Citing Us in Your Publications

Are you preparing a journal publication which resulted, in some part, from CSDE’s support? Please acknowledge us in your publication! Your citations are included in reports to the institution and sponsors like NIH. By citing CSDE you help us continue providing support to your research. More information on including a CSDE Citation in PubMed can be found at our publication acknowledgements page.

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Funding Opportunity: UW-UBC Collaborative Research Awards

Are you or a colleague collaborating with faculty at the University of British Columbia, or would you like to? UW-University of British Columbia Collaborative Research Awards program has been established to provide a pilot fund that facilitates research collaborations between the two universities. The objectives of this Inter-institutional Collaborative Research Award are to:

  • initiate new and strengthen existing research collaborations;
  • enable access to unique infrastructure and core facilities; and
  • provide collaborative training opportunities.

CSDE is happy to partner with you on such an initiative, if it makes sense.

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