Seminar Series

2022 - 2023 Seminar Speakers

September 2022

rozier-michael.jpg   Michael Rozier, S.J., PhD
   Saint Louis University

 

 

 


October 2022

edwardson-nicholas.jpegNicholas Edwardson, PhD, MS
University of New Mexico


January 2023

Donohue-Julie.jpgJulie Donohue, PhD
University of Pittsburgh


February 2023

anthony-denise.jpgDenise Anthony, PhD
University of Michigan

 


March 2023

Howard_Diane.jpgDiane Howard, PhD, MPH
Rush University


April 2023

leider-jp.jpgJP Leiter, PhD
Univeristy of Minnesota


2021-2022 Speakers

J'Aime C. Jennings, PhD, MPA

University of Louisville

Dori Cross, PhD

University of Minnesota

2019-2020 Speakers

Elizabeth Van Nostrand, JD

University of Pittsburgh
"So That Really Works? Using Legal Epidemiology to Assess Problem Solving Court Interventions on Morbidity and Mortality Rates for Opioid Misuse”

Alva Ferdinand, DrPH, JD

Texas A&M University

Amy Gilbert, MPH, JD

Indiana Family & Social Services Administration
“An Indiana State Culture of Science: Translating Data to Programs, Policy, & Beyond”

Jordan Everson, PhD

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
“Addressing Care Fragmentation During Readmission for Heart Failure Patients”

Will Tarver, DrPH, MLIS

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Regenstrief Institute
“Leveraging Health Information Technologies to Improve Cancer Care Coordination”

2018-2019 Speakers

Askar Chukmaitov, MD, LLM, MPH

Virginia Commonwealth University

Y. Tony Yang, ScD, LLM, MPH

George Washington University
"Nonmedical Exemptions from School Immunization Requirements: Laws, Outbreaks, and Predictors"

Rebecca Wells, PhD, MHSA

The University of Texas
"Front Line Implementation of Medicaid Integration Innovations"

Idris Adjerid, PhD, MBA

University of Notre Dame

Bianca Frogner, PhD

University of Washington

Benjamin Mason Meier, PhD, LLM, JD

University of North Carolina
"Global Health Advancement through Human Rights Accountability: An Academic Imperative for Empirical Research"

Brian D'Onofrio, PhD, MA

Indiana University - Bloomington
"The Benefits and Risks of ADHD Medication Using Large-Scale Health Insurances Claims Datasets and Swedish National Registries"

2017-2018 Speakers

Bita Kash, PhD

Texas A&M University
"Strategies to Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates"

Michelle Mello, JD, PhD

Stanford University
"Clinical Trial Participants' Views of Clinical Trial Data Sharing"

L. Michele Issel, PhD

University of North Carolina at Charlotte
"Engaged Health Care Management Research: Experiences and Insights"

Eric W. Ford, PhD, MPH

University of Alabama at Birmingham
"Value-Based Purchasing: Integrating Health System Management & Public Health Practice"

Paula Song, PhD

University of North Carolina
"How Does Being in an ACO Impact the Health Care Experience of Children with Disabilities"

Micah Berman, JD

The Ohio State University
"Fusing Science and Law: A Framework for Tobacco Regulation"

Seth Freedman, PhD, MA

Indiana University - Bloomington
"Docs with Their Eyes on the Clock? The Effect of Time Pressures on the Delivery of Low-Value Services"

2016 - 2017 Speakers

Christopher Johnson, PhD

University of Louisville
"Applied Research and Population Health Management"

Allyson Hall, PhD

University of Alabama Birmingham
"Repeat Emergency Department Utilization: Thoughts on New Directions for Research"

Rebecca Haffajee, PhD, JD, MPH

University of Michigan
"Policy Strategy to Curb the Opioid Epidemic: The Role of Prescription Drug Monitoring Porgrams"

Jami DelliFraine, MHA, PhD

University of Michigan
"Improving the Quality of Care for ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) Patients in Dallas County: Baseline Findings from the American Heart Association and Caruth Foundation Initiative"

Julia Adler-Milstein, PhD

University of Michigan
"Reducing Spending Through HIE: The Role of Incentives and Exchange Maturity"

Jennifer Ibrahim, PhD, MA, MPH

Temple College
"Public Health Law Research: Building Infrastructural Public Health Law"

Kosali Simon, PhD

Indiana University Bloomington
"The Impact of Health Insurance on Preventive Care and Health Behaviors: Evidence from the 2014 ACA Medicaid Expansions"

Tim Huerta, PhD, MS

The Ohio University
"The Data We Have, the Data We Need, and How We Might Get There"