Weekly Roundup for December 22, 2021
Dr. Antoinette Smith Epps Appointed MHA Program Director
Epps brings extensive experience as both a senior executive and educator. Read more.
Dr. Zhang Serves on NIH Special Emphasis Panel
Dr. Jianjun Zhang served as a member of the National Cancer Institute Special Emphasis Panel ZCA1 RTRB-F (M1) on December 16, 2021. This study section reviewed grant applications on the etiology of cancer and identification and validation of molecular and genetic biomarkers for the early detection, progression, and prognosis of cancer.
Dr. Lisa Staten spoke with the Indianapolis Recorder about the work DIP-IN is doing in partnership with local communities.
Facebook Live panel discussion, including a DIP-IN community health worker, hosted by WFYI and the Recorder.
Dr. Rhyant, chief physician executive, Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor, shares his experience working with DIP-IN.
NIH launched the UNITE initiative in March of 2021 to address structural racism in the biomedical research enterprise. Through this initiative, NIH is holding a series of listening sessions to learn from external stakeholders about the full range of issues and challenges in advancing racial and ethnic equity in the biomedical research enterprise. Register today.
Sean Grant, Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Reporting all results efficiently: A RARE proposal to open up the file drawer
- Clinical interventions for adults with comorbid alcohol use and depressive disorders: A systematic review and network meta-analysis
Olena Mazurenko, Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management
Long-term opioid therapy tapering: trends from 2014 to 2018 in a Midwestern State
Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Yiqing Song, Professor of Epidemiology
- Plasma acylcarnitines during pregnancy and neonatal anthropometry: a longitudinal study in a multiracial cohort.
- Post-operative delirium and its relationship with AT(N)-X biomarkers: a meta-analysis.
Yiqing Song, Professor of Epidemiology
Mingyue Li, PhD Student in Epidemiology
Associations between taste and smell alterations and diabetes-related comorbidities among U.S. adults: The National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys 2011-2014
Bill Tierney, Clinical Professor, Associate Dean of Population Health and Health Outcomes
- The importance of community impact as a fourth academic mission: A qualitative assessment
Population Health Management
- A novel tool for teaching and evaluating applied health information technology
- Data to manage a pandemic: Reuse data when you can, collect data when you must
Informatics Solutions for COVID-19, Plenary panel at the inaugural meeting of the Texas Health Informatics Alliance Conference
Yvette Tran, PhD Student in Health Policy and Management
Social Determinants of Health and Pediatric Cancer Survival: A Systematic Review
Pediatric Blood & Cancer
Valerie Yeager, Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management
Heather Taylor, Health Policy and Management faculty
Nir Menachemi, Professor of Health Policy and Management
Paul Halverson, Founding Dean
Joshua Vest, Professor of Health Policy and Management
Primary Care Case Conferences to Mitigate Social Determinants of Health: A Case Study From One FQHC System
The American Journal of Accountable Care
Student & Alumni News and Opportunities
SAMHSA Internship Program
The SAMHSA Internship Program is a full-time (at least 33 hours per week) internship that lasts 10 weeks in the Summer and 15 weeks in both the Fall and Spring. SAMHSA is located in Rockville, MD and internships are in-person COVID-pending. This program allows interns to work under the guidance of a SAMHSA manager in a department whose focus matches the students’ interests. Professional development sessions are also included for the students to enhance their knowledge and marketability.
This is a fully funded program sponsored by SAMHSA. This means that housing and roundtrip travel are completely covered for the student. A sizable stipend is also provided to alleviate other living expenses and local transportation costs.
Applications for our Summer 2022 Session are due February 3, 2022, by 10:00PM ET. Individuals from underrepresented groups in STEM are encouraged to apply.
January 13 Information Session
Health and Hospitals Corporation Grants Coordinator Position
This position is responsible for assisting the Vice President of Grants and Grants Administrators to develop, coordinate, and monitor grant-funded COVID-19 response programs at the Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County (HHC).
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