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EPITalk: Behind the Paper

Annals of Epidemiology

This stimulating podcast series from the Annals of Epidemiology takes you behind the scenes of groundbreaking articles recently published in the journal. Join Editor-in-Chief, Patrick Sullivan, and journal authors for thought-provoking conversations on the latest findings and developments in epidemiologic and methodologic research.

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Latest Episodes

Drs. Islam, Kim, Lewis, and Taylor, authors of the Annals of Epidemiology 2023 Best Junior Investigator Paper Award winner: “Neighborhood characteristics and ideal cardiovascular health among Black adults: results from the Morehouse-Emory Cardiovascu... more

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20 days ago

Dr. Hui (Henry) Luan joins EPITalk host and co-author, Dr. Patrick Sullivan, for a jam-packed discussion about their recent study on PrEP accessibility measurement. “Spatial accessibility of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): different measure choices ... more

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2 months ago

PhD candidate Adrienne Lee discusses her article, “Acculturation level and change in cigarette consumption behaviors among diverse Hispanics/Latinos: the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos” published in the August 2023 issue (Vol. 84) o... more

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3 months ago

Dr. Sebastian Meller explores the potential, and challenges, of using dogs’ olfactory capability to detect COVID-19 infection in humans. "Canine olfactory detection of SARS-CoV-2-infected humans—a systematic review” is published in the September 2023... more

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4 months ago

Dr. Justin Knox describes a practical approach to integrate observation and implementation science studies to increase the public health impact of observational research. “Proposing the observational-implementation hybrid approach: designing observat... more

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7 months ago

Drs. Allyson Redhunt and Heather Burris discuss their article, "Resilience as a potential modifier of racial inequities in preterm birth,” published in the July 2023 issue (Vol. 83) of Annals of Epidemiology. In this study, the researchers investigat... more

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7 months ago

Dr. Jason Nagata shares the compelling findings on sexual minority adolescents screen habits and other insights from his new research study, "Associations between sexual orientation and early adolescent screen use: findings from the Adolescent Brain ... more

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7 months ago

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