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Virtual & In-Person: Public Data for Public Health: Applications to NYC

March 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Come hear the graduate students of the School of Global Public Health present their research into the public health issues that affect the city we live in, New York City. The event will be hosted by Dr. Alex Dahlen of the Biostatistical Consultation and Collaboration Core (BCCC). RSVP here!

Talks will include:

  • Zoe Lindenfeld: “Publicly Available Community Data to Address Social Determinants of Health in New York City: A Compendium of Data Sources”
  • Jianan (Zoe) Zhu: “Simulation of New York City’s Ventilator Allocation Guideline During the Spring 2020 COVID-19 Surge”
  • ZoĆ© Haskell-Craig: “Exploring Street Tree Care: a preliminary look at how different models of volunteer-based tree care can improve or exacerbate disparities in urban greenspace”
  • Yucheng Wang: “Neighborhood walkability and obesity”
  • Olivia Chien: “Urbanicity, neighborhood deprivation, and self-perceived financial stress”
  • And more!

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NYU School of Global Public Health
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New York, NY 10003 United States
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