A quick 9-minute story of last Wednesday, the day I successfully defended my doctoral dissertation. It was quite a “day of days,” and it ended very well. It brought together five years of hard work. So what’s next? Listen to find out!
In the first part of this series, I told you about Baltimore and the challenges facing the Charmed City. The second part was all about the available data, and what those data told us, which is a lot. In the third part, I told you the story of some kids […]
I was a local health department’s emergency operations center today, and I got to listen to a lot of different opinions on what to do in the event of an emergency or a disaster. The best comment from that discussion came from someone in the US Army. She said that, […]
One of the classes that I’m taking in the term that begins tomorrow is “Professional Epidemiological Methods.” The class is supposed to give us a taste for the kind of things that epidemiologists in public health practice are supposed to do. As you may or may not know, I already […]