Making an Impact: Institute Research led by Julia Marcus (@JuliaLMarcus) informs updated @AASLDtweets @IDSAInfo… https://t.co/Vg1nZwFw0G
Excellent webinar opportunity - this one is free and open to the public! Mark your calendars for November 12th (1 p… https://t.co/HcJoL0yDbP
Join us next Friday, 11/15 at 10am for a @DeptPopMed Biostats Seminar!
Peisong Han, PhD, will present, "Data Integ… https://t.co/1g0yQXWl9H
Online now in @JPediatr: study team led by @DeptPopMed's Izzuddin Aris (incl. @mfhivert & @eoken75) uses… https://t.co/Sr84t5TVml
Updated guidelines from the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) and Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) for the treatment of hepatitis C now allow for a shorter 8-week treatment regimen for Black patients. These revised guidelines are based in part on a study led by Assistant Professor Julia Marcus and colleagues from Kaiser Permanente comparing the effectiveness of 8- and 12-week treatment regimens for the treatment of hepatitis C.
Institute fellow Joshua Petimar’s new study in The BMJ finds that calorie labeling in a fast-food restaurant franchise resulted in small initial decreases in calorie purchases, but this was reduced over time. We talked to him to find out more.