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CPC at the 2020 Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS) Conference


October 2, 2020

The 2020 Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS) Conference was held virtually from September 30, 2020 – October 2, 2020. All predoctoral trainees and postdoctoral scholars in the Biosocial Training Program attend IAPHS.

This year, Faculty Fellow Robert Hummer, who is also also Co-Director of the Biosocial Training Program, received the 2020 IAPHS Mentoring Award.

In addition, Natalie Smith, a Biosocial Trainee in Health Policy and Management, received a poster award for her poster, “Identifying groups of policymakers with similar communication preferences to better tailor public health- and nutrition-related research communications.”

Listed below are all posters and talks featuring current CPC trainees and faculty fellows at IAPHS 2020. For more information, please visit the conference website.

Posters

The Relationship Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Maternal Depression in Rural Pakistan

Katherine LeMasters

Life Course Trajectories of Subjective Health: Testing Longitudinal Models for Self-rated Health in Early Life

Iliya Gutin

HIV Prevention Among Formerly Incarcerated Individuals: The Southern Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Cohort Study

Katherine LeMasters

Identifying groups of policymakers with similar communication preferences to better tailor public health- and nutrition-related research communication

Natalie Smith

 

Presentations

September 30, 2020

Data Innovations for Population Health Research on Health and Cognitive Functioning

Presenter:

“The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health)”

Kathleen Mullan Harris

Aging

Presenter:

“Lifecourse Experiences of Traumatic Events and Cognitive Decline over 10 years in the Health and Retirement Study”

Rebecca Stebbins

Educational pathways to health

Presenter:

“Complicating Educational Disparities in Health: Variations by Race/ethnicity and Characteristics of Early Life Counties”

Taylor Hargrove

Health behaviors in socio-geographic context

Presenter:

“Geographic patterns and socioeconomic differences in the nutritional quality of household food purchases in the United States, 2008-2018”

Allison Lacko

Context, Structural Racism, and Birth Outcomes

Presenter:

“Prepregnancy cardiometabolic risk factors and subsequent adverse birth outcomes: a finite mixture modeling approach”

Megan Barry

The Roles of Stigma and Vulnerability in Health Care Access and Services

Presenter:

“Barriers to gynecologic healthcare among people incarcerated in a women’s prison: A content analysis using electronic health record (EHR) data”

Joelle Atere-Roberts

October 1, 2020

Measurement and Conceptualization in Population Health Science: New Directions in Understanding Inequality


Presenter:

“A cross-disciplinary, systematic review of race and ethnicity in U.S. population health research”

Rae Anne Martinez

Nafeesa Andrabi

Andrea Goodwin

Stress exposure and health across the life course

Presenter:

“Double Jeopardy: The Cumulative Toll of Objective and Subjective Weight Status on Health from Early Life to Adulthood”

Iliya Gutin

Effective social media use and online platforms for interdisciplinary scholars

Presenter:

Rae Anne Martinez

Risks and Consequences: Life Course Exposures and their Outcomes

Session Chair: Iliya Gutin

Presenters:

“Do Sleep Duration Trajectories from Adolescence to Mid-Adulthood Differ by Socioeconomic Background and Race?”

Jess Meyer

Structural Racism & Population Health: Policies, Practices, & Pathways

Presenters:

Elizabeth McClure

“Investigating structural racism in Milwaukee: The legacy of historic disinvestment on current lending and health”

October 2, 2020

Critiques of Western Paternalism on Global Health Outcomes

Presenters:

“Global is local: When ignoring local context jeopardizes public health”

Denise St. Jean