PhD Oral Defense

PhD Oral Defense: Oduro Oppong-Nkrumah: Essays on the impact of the national health insurance scheme of Ghana

11Dec201914:15
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  PhD Oral Defense: Oduro Oppong-Nkrumah, PhD Epidemiology Candidate Title of Thesis: Essays on the impact of the national health insurance scheme of Ghana

PhD Oral Defense: Michelle Dimitris: Examining gestational weight gain and perinatal outcomes in twin versus singleton pregnancies

12Nov201911:15
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  PhD Oral Defense Michelle Dimitris, PhD Epidemiology Candidate Title of Thesis: Examining gestational weight gain and perinatal outcomes in twin versus singleton pregnancies  

PhD Oral Defense: Michelle Samuel: Population-level evaluation of ablation therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation and comorbid heart failure

17Oct201914:15
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  PhD Oral Defense Michelle Samuel, PhD Epidemiology Candidate Title of Thesis: Population-level evaluation of ablation therapy in patients with atrial fibrillation and comorbid heart failure  

PhD Oral Defense: Sonia Grandi: Prediction of cardiovascular disease in women of reproductive age: the contribution of pregnancy complications

23Sep201911:15
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  PhD Oral Defense Sonia Grandi, PhD Epidemiology Candidate Title of Thesis: Prediction of cardiovascular disease in women of reproductive age: the contribution of pregnancy complications  

PhD Oral Defense: Gabrielle Simoneau: Towards an accessible methodology in precision medicine: methods for censored data and non-regular inferences

13Sep201902:15
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  PhD Oral Defense Gabrielle Simoneau, PhD Biostatistics Candidate Title of Thesis: Towards an accessible methodology in precision medicine: methods for censored data and non-regular inferences  

PhD Oral Defense: Sahar Saeed: The Hepatitis C Treatment Revolution: Are Key HIV-Hepatitis C Co-Infected Populations Being Left Behind?

26Jun201909:15
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  PhD Oral Defense Sahar Saeed, PhD Epidemiology Candidate Title of Thesis: The Hepatitis C Treatment Revolution: Are Key HIV-Hepatitis C Co-Infected Populations Being Left Behind?  

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