Diabetes and COVID-19: A Bi-directional Relationship – Webinar
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Mon | 11/07/2022 | 12PM-1PM ET | Virtual
Join us for GCDTR’s next seminar series presentation hosted by the Design and Evaluation for Equity Core, featuring a talk by Jessica Harding, PhD. Dr. Harding is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery/Medicine at Emory University. She is an epidemiologist with extensive experience in conducting chronic disease research at population and system levels in both academic and government settings. She received her PhD from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, in 2016, and completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention where her research focused on describing population-level trends in diabetes and related complications in the United States. At Emory, Dr. Harding is working on improving data collection and quality related to kidney disease and transplantation as a member of the Transplant Health Services and Outcomes Research Program. Dr Harding also has interest in health equity research and the role of social determinants of health as it pertains to people with diabetes and kidney disease.
Dr. Harding is a recipient of a Pilot & Feasibility Program Grant from the Georgia Center for Diabetes Translation Research at Emory University. In her project, she is examining the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the diabetes care processes within a large integrated healthcare system.
Please register for the webinar here.
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