New Pack: Decision Making Biases

This CHDS-curated resource pack gives insight to heuristics and the biases they can introduce into decision making. Explore books, videos, and academic publications about this topic.

Cervical Cancer Screening

Jane Kim uses mathematical modeling to inform the national task force's new guidelines for cervical cancer screening. Read the guidelines here and CHDS news story here.

FEATURED STUDENTS

Incoming Doctoral Students

Lyndon James and Karen Smith join the PhD Program for the Fall semester. Read more about the incoming cohort here.

FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

NIH Grant for Stroke Policy

CHDS faculty member Ankur Pandya awarded funding from NIH to evaluate stroke prevention and treatment policies in the U.S.

Recent News

CHDS at International HPV Meeting

November 16th, 2018

The CHDS Cervical Cancer Team presented new research results at the 32nd International Papillomavirus Conference in Sydney, Australia. Principal Investigator and CHDS core faculty

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Health-Adjusted Income Seminar

November 13th, 2018

CHDS is co-sponsoring a seminar by Professor Dean Jamison on “Estimating the Level and Rate of Growth of Health-Adjusted Income” with the Department of Global Health and Population.

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CHDS Faculty Honored at SMDM

October 31st, 2018

We proudly announce CHDS affiliated faculty members’ recognition for their outstanding work in medical decision making. The Society for Medical Decision Making awarded

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HIV Symposium

October 25th, 2018

CHDS faculty Stephen Resch and Lisa A. Robinson participated in a symposium focused on updating and refining the understanding of the economic impact of HIV in low resource settings.

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