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Guest Presentation by Matthew Harris: "Reverse innovation and the role of cognitive biases in interpreting evidence from low-income countries”

May 20, 2015

Join us for a special guest presentation!

Matthew Harris

2014-15 Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellow in Healthcare Policy and Practice
New York University

 

Reverse innovation and the role of cognitive biases in interpreting evidence from low-income countries

Wednesday, May 20

2015 Honors and Awards Reception

May 20, 2015

Please join as we celebrate the many accomplishments of our outstanding students in our annual Honor and Awards Reception.

UCLA Bixby Center Lecture Series Spring 2015: Fetal Origins of Adult Obesity

May 7, 2015

UCLA Bixby Center Lecture Series Spring 2015: Fetal Origins of Adult Obesity

Speaker: Dr. Michael G. Ross

Thursday, May 7th, from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM

Location: 17-323 CHS (Bel-Air Conference Room)

The Evidence Behind Community-Engaged Care with Janani Krishnaswami, M.D., M.P.H.

May 6, 2015
All FSPH students are invited to attend. Janani Krishnaswami, M.D., M.P.H. Junior Faculty, Community & Preventive Medicine Co-Coordinator of Public Health Education Kennamer Fellow, UCLA & Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles

Novel radiation mitigators and Anticancer drugs

April 16, 2015
I work in radiation-induced effects and in the area of genetic toxicology. We work on DNA damage and cancer induced by high and low LET radiation and chemical toxins. One important contribution of my laboratory is related to genotoxicity testing that uses a short-term test that predicts whether any given chemical may cause cancer. We have developed assays for DNA deletions (DEL assays) that detect cancer-causing chemicals that are negative with other tests including the Ames Assay, the most widely used short-term test for carcinogens.

Part I) Fluorescent detection sheds light on inflammation-induced mutation risks, Part II) CometChip: Using engineering principles to bring the comet assay to the 21st Century

May 21, 2015
Major goals of the Engelward laboratory are to contribute to our understanding of factors that impact genomic stability through basic research, and through the development & application of novel technologies. We have genetically engineered two mouse models that enable direct visualization of cells that harbor rare genetic changes in situ.

DDT Exposure and Thermogenesis: The Link Between DDT, Obesity and Diabetes?

April 30, 2015
About the Lecture: Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) has been used extensively to control malaria, typhus, body lice and bubonic plague worldwide, until countries began restricting its use in the 1970s. Its use in malaria control continues in some countries according to recommendation by the World Health Organization. Individuals exposed to elevated levels of DDT and its metabolite dichlorodiphenyldichloroethylene (DDE) have an increased prevalence of obesity, diabetes and insulin resistance.

Reproductive Health Interest Group (RHIG) Meeting

April 23, 2015
Join RHIG for the first meeting of the spring quarter! We will be discussing spring events, soliciting new leadership members, and hearing from two speakers from the Center for Health Justice and the California Family Health Council. Dinner will be provided.

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