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Cengiz Salman, MA

Research Associate

Cengiz joined the CBSSM in November 2014. He received his MA in Social Science from the University of Chicago and his BA in anthropology from Michigan State University. Prior to completing his MA, Cengiz researched political movements in Turkey with the assistance of a Fulbright IIE award. Cengiz will be providing research support to Dr. Susan Goold on a grant-funded study of Medicaid expansion. Cengiz enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading about philosophy and contemporary politics, and traveling.

 

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Erin Sears, MPH

Alumni
Erin joined CBSSM in November 2014. Her work at the Center included assisting Dr. Susan Goold on several grant funded research projects related to Medicaid expansion and community-based research around health and health research priorities.
 
She received her Master’s in Public Health from the Colorado School of Public Health and has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology, with a minor in Health and Nutrition from Northern Michigan University.
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CBSSM Seminar: Amy Pienta, PhD

Tue, November 27, 2018, 3:00pm
Location: 
NCRC, Building 16, 266C

Amy Pienta, PhD
Research Scientist and Director, Business and Collection Development
ICPSR, University of Michigan

Title: Sharing, Finding, and Using Health Data at ICPSR

 

The focus of the presentation includes - 1) discussing the importance of data-sharing,  2) reaching out to investigators who may be interested in depositing their data, and 3) introducing investigators to data that are available in the ICPSR repository.

 

Thu, July 21, 2011

A recently-published article by Susan Goold in the American Journal of Bioethics was the topic of a press release by the University of Michigan Health System.  Click here to view the press release and to read the editorial written by Goold and her colleague Matthew Wynia.  The article calls for engaging the public in deliberations about health care spending, especially what counts as a decent minimum set of health benefits, and was written in response to a paper by Lawrence J. Schneiderman, MD, of the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of California, San Diego.

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Attitudes toward Return of Secondary Results in Genomic Sequencing (Sep-16)

Imagine you are at the doctor’s office because you (or your child) have a serious health condition like heart disease or cancer. To help find out whether any treatment options exist, your doctor suggests that you (or your child) have your genome sequenced.

Genome sequencing may provide information about your (or your child’s) current health condition. However, the genome sequencing could reveal additional and unexpected results not related to the current condition. The doctor wants to know what types of these secondary results you would want to be told.

Mon, October 02, 2017

Sarah Hawley, Brian Zikmund-Fisher, and Reshma Jagsi are co-authors of a recent study published in Medical Decision Making, which was highlighted in MHealth Lab. Their study found that talking to clinicians is the best way for breast cancer patients to understand their recurrence risk. They also found that clinician discussions about recurrence risk should address uncertainty and the relevance of family and personal history. Kamaria Lee is first author of the article.

Film Screening & Moderated Discussion: The Bleeding Edge

Mon, March 18, 2019, 7:00pm
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Location: 
Forum Hall, Palmer Commons

In THE BLEEDING EDGE, Academy Award nominated filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering (THE INVISIBLE WAR, THE HUNTING GROUND) turn their sights on the $400 billion medical device industry, examining lax regulations, corporate cover-ups, and profit driven incentives that put patients at risk daily.  Weaving emotionally powerful stories of people whose lives have been irrevocably harmed, the film asks: what life-saving technologies may actually be killing us?

The film screening will be followed by a panel discussion (more information is forthcoming).

Moderator:    Raymond De Vries, PhD

Free Admission. Refreshments will be provided.

J. Scott Roberts, PhD, received an R01 award from NHGRI for a multi-site, randomized controlled clinical trial to examine the impact and efficacy of a genetic risk assessment program that educates people with mild cognitive impairment about their chances of developing Alzheimer's disease.

CBSSM Faculty Dr. Childerhose and Dr. Tarini have published an article in Pediatrics Perspective. This is a commentary that argues for the introduction of adolescent perspectives and experiences into the clinical outcomes evidence base, as an important form of evidence for decision-making. Access the article here

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