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A biweekly overview of recent studies published by Institute investigators and their collaborators spans a wide variety of topics, including:
The expanding body of knowledge around COVID; new sepsis surveillance methods; patient-reported outcomes/measures and genetic testing; cancer drug spending; high-cost high-need Medicaid populations; academic detailing and PrEP; intergenerational medical decision making; a possible link between influenza and Parkinson’s risk; ventilator associated events and COVID-19; PrEP continuum of care among transgender individuals; protocols of genetic biobanks; and the effect of COVID-19 on basic scientific research.
For all faculty publications, see our Publications page. For up-to-date media coverage and research findings, visit In the Media, and follow us on Twitter. To search for a subject matter expert, visit our Investigator Directory.
Over the summer, we welcomed Brittany Charlton, MSc, ScD, to the Department of Population Medicine faculty. A leading scholar documenting reproductive health disparities affecting sexual and gender minorities, Dr. Charlton also studies contraception use and family planning among people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Her work often leverages data from large, prospective cohort studies, including the Nurses’ Health Study and the Growing Up Today Study.
Join us as we learn more about Dr. Charlton (and to continue learning about her research developments, follow her on Twitter).