Naomi Seiler Presents at SYNChronicity Conference

Associate Research Professor Naomi Seiler presented research findings on alternative Ryan White program funding models on April 24 at SYNChronicity, the National Conference for HIV, HCV and LGBT Health in Arlington, Virginia.

HPM Lecture: Health Sector Leadership Competencies for an Unknowable Future

Leonard Friedman, Professor of Health Policy and Management and MHA Programs Director, spoke at a HPM event, "Health Sector Leadership Competencies for an Unknowable Future."  Preparation of health sector leaders is based on satisfying a set of competencies based on environmental assumptions of how the world works today. Given the pace with which internal and external healthcare environments are changing, are the competencies that are appropriate today the ones that make the most sense for a world that is yet unknown?

Melissa Goldstein Speaks at University of Maryland Law School

Teaching Associate Professor Melissa Goldstein was invited to participate in a roundtable on April 7 on medical automation, big data, and robotics policy at the Francis King Carey School of Law at the University of Maryland.

Melissa Goldstein Speaks at Conference on Innovations in Workplace and Community Wellness

Associate Professor Melissa Goldstein spoke at a conference on Innovations in Workplace and Community Wellness: A New Era on Thursday, April 6 at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. The conference was sponsored jointly by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American College of Preventive Medicine and Pfizer. Goldstein’s talk focused on privacy and ethics issues on a panel on Improving Health through Genetics.

Erin Brantley Presents at National Conference on Tobacco or Health

Senior Research Associate Erin Brantley presented “Linking Data to Uncover Medicaid’s Role in Cessation” at the National Conference on Tobacco or Health in Austin, Texas, on March 22. The study is coauthored by Senior Research Scientist Erika Steinmetz, Lead Research Scientist Brian Bruen and Professor Leighton Ku. The presentation was part of a panel on the Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey.