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2019 Global NCD Symposium

The 2019 Global NCD Symposium was held on April 9 this year from 12PM to 5PM in the Anna Baetjer Room. The symposium hosted many fruitful discussions pertaining to the epidemiology and treatment of non-communicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries. The annual symposium is a chance for researchers and collaborators in the field of non-communicable diseases to showcase their research efforts and findings in low and middle income countries (LMICs). Join us next year to take part in a great opportunity for students and faculty to discuss innovative research topics and examine the connection between LMIC research and education.

 
 

2019 Global NCD Symposium Agenda

April 9, 2019 – Noon to 5pm – JHBSPH Room W1030

 

12:00pm to 12:10pm
Why should we care about non-communicable diseases in LMICs
Gregory Kirk, MD
John Hopkins University

12:10pm to 12:30pm
Global NCD research and training at JHU
William Checkley, MD, PhD
John Hopkins University

12:35pm to 12:55pm
Sleep disordered breathing and Cardiopulmonary disease in Peruvian highlanders
Allan Schwartz, MD
John Hopkins University

1:00pm to 1:20pm
Cardiopulmonary outcomes and household air pollution trial (CHAP)
Magdalena Fandino, MS
Josiah Kephart, MPH
Kendra WIlliams MSPH, PhD
Carla Tarazona Meza, LN
John Hopkins University

1:25pm to 1:45pm
Household air pollution intervention network (HAPIN)
Suzanne Simkovich, MD
William Checkley, MD, PhD
John Hopkins University

2:25pm to 2:45pm
Integrating mechanical engineering into chronic respiratory disease research
Laura Nicolaou, PhD
John Hopkins University

2:50pm to 3:10pm
Global excellence in COPD Outcomes
Suzanne Pollard, PhD
Trishul Siddharthan, MD
John Hopkins University

3:15pm to 3:45pm
Selling the importance of investments in NCDs
Gerard Anderson, PhD
John Hopkins University

3:45pm to 4:05pm
Using implementation methods to address pediatric asthma in peri (AIRE Study)
Suzzane Pollard. PhD
John Hopkins University

4:05pm to 4:25pm
Updates on Lung ultrasound reearch by GlobalNCD
Shakir Hossen, MBBS, MSPH
John Hopkins University

4:30pm to 5:00pm
From pixels to vitals: Computer vision methods for non-contact estimation of vitals
Conrad Tucker, PhD
Pennsylvania State College of Engineering

Closing Remarks
William Checkley MD, PhD
John Hopkins University

 

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