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Professor Bobby Reiner, MS, PhD, provides an update of the IHME COVID-19 model.
We present the findings of a research paper on anti-microbial resistance, published in The Lancet.
This session, presented by Awoke Misganaw Temesgen, is part of the Health Metrics Sciences lecture series.
Dr. Ashish Jha, Dean of Brown University School of Public Health and Christopher Murray, Professor & Chair, Health Metrics Sciences and Director, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington discussed their respective roles in addressing COVID-19 and their observations and hopes for the future.
Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of 2021 Roux Prize winner Dr. Zulfiqar Bhutta and congratulating the winner of the GBD Emerging Researcher Award Dr. Leopold Aminde.
Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of 2021 Roux Prize winner Dr. Zulfiqar Bhutta.
Verbal autopsy and mortality surveillance: A strategy to improve quality of information on causes of death in Brazil
Maria de Fatima Marinho de Souza presents on verbal autopsy in Brazil as part of the Health Metrics Sciences lecture series.
In this seminar Drs. Abraham Flaxman and Bernardo Hernández Prado present and discuss the development of methods to analyze causes of death based on verbal autopsy information.
Jeff Stanaway, Assistant Professor, Department of Health Metrics Sciences discusses blood lead and mortality risk.
Researcher Alize Ferrari discusses the rise in depression and anxiety following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researcher Alize Ferrari describes the global burden of mental health disorders between 1990 and 2019.
Researcher Damian Santomauro describes the findings from a recent study on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on mental health.
Co-first author Eve Wool discusses key findings from an IHME study on police violence, and the urgency of police violence as a public health issue.
Dr. Alexes Harris discusses a new study published in The Lancet on police violence in the United States. The study finds that more than half of police killings in the United States are missing from the official data system and Black Americans experience fatal police violence at a rate 3.5 times higher than white Americans.
IHME authors and partners discuss a recent publication entitled "Fatal police violence by race and state in the USA, 1980-2019: a network meta-regression."