Date: January 26, 2022
Length: 60 minutes
Course Type: Archived Event
Instructors: Laura Corlin, PhD
Learning Level: Fundamental
Primary Audience: PIs, Research coordinators, Postdoctoral researchers, Graduate students, Other study team members
Skills Domain: Data Management and Informatics, Scientific Concepts and Research Design
This January seminar by the Center for Quantitative Methods and Data Sciences (QM&DS), in partnership with the Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design (BERD) Center at Tufts CTSI and the Data-Intensive Studies Center (DISC) at Tufts University, occurred on Wednesday, January 26, 2-3:30pm via Zoom.
Traditionally, environmental epidemiology has focused on individual exposure-outcome relationships. However, many environmental exposures co-occur. How do we identify which of these often highly correlated exposures most affect health outcomes? Are certain combinations or mixtures important? The methods to answer these types of questions have been rapidly evolving. In this talk, Dr. Corlin discusses several major approaches in an environmental health context.
Dr. Laura Corlin is an Assistant Professor in Public Health and Community Medicine. She earned her MS and PhD in Environmental Health through the Tufts School of Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Cardiovascular Epidemiology at the Boston University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on developing and applying new methods to assess the health effects of environmental mixtures in observational studies. Through her exposure assessment and environmental epidemiology research, Dr. Corlin seeks to mitigate environmental health disparities. Dr. Corlin also enjoys working with students in and out of the classroom.
|2023 Course: Open January 1 through December 31||Online||Archived Event||This Course is Free|