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Webinar May 21: Economists and Epidemiologists, Not at Odds, but in Agreement

  • 1.  Webinar May 21: Economists and Epidemiologists, Not at Odds, but in Agreement

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    Please join us for the first installment of the Johns Hopkins Interdisciplinary Zoom Webinar Series, Advancing evidence-based decision making for COVID19.

     

    Economists and Epidemiologists, Not at Odds, but in Agreement

    Thursday, May 21 from 12pm-1pm

    A conversation about the areas where evidence-based decision making for COVID19 and other epidemics could be best advanced through multidisciplinary collaboration. Our speakers will be:

    Nick Papageorge, PhD, Associate Professor of Economics from the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences

    David Dowdy, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Epidemiology in the Bloomberg School of Public Health

     

    Please click here to receive the Zoom link.  This event is open to internal and external participants, so do forward to anyone you think would be interested in joining. To be on the mailing list for upcoming events, please provide your information here.

     

    The aim of the Johns Hopkins Interdisciplinary Zoom Webinar Series, Advancing evidence-based decision making for COVID19, is to provide an interdisciplinary forum to advance evidence-based decision making for COVID19 and future pandemics.  We welcome researchers from Hopkins and around the country in economics, epidemiology, (bio)statistics, ethics, systems science, and beyond as well as anyone seeking to learn more about emerging models to inform COVID19 decision making. Information for our first event is as follows:

     

    Organized by:

    Hopkins Business of Health Initiative

    Infectious Disease Dynamics, BSPH

    JHU Modeling & Policy Hub 

     

    And thank you to facilitating organizations from throughout the Johns Hopkins community reflecting the true interdisciplinary spirit of this Webinar Series:

    Alliance for a Healthier World

    Berman Institute of Bioethics

    Bloomberg American Health Initiative Evidence Workgroup

    Carey Business School

    Department of Economics, KSAS

    Department of Epidemiology, BSPH

    Department of Health Policy and Management, BSPH



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    Phillip Phan
    Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor
    Johns Hopkins University
    Editor, Academy of Management Perspectives
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