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16th Annual Master’s Research Symposium Presented by the UC Berkeley/UCSF Joint Medical Program
November 5, 2021, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm PDT
Please join the JMP for a presentation of graduating students’ thesis presentations. Due to COVID-19 concerns, this will be a virtual event, though the students will present from campus.
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Climate Change and Youth (moderator: Prof. Jodi Halpern)
Christina (Xiaoxuan) Chen – Mental health and Coping Strategies for Youth Climate Justice Activists
Health (in) Justice: The health of historically excluded populations (Prof. Osagie Obasogie)
Aminta Kouyate- Practicing Antiracism: A Curriculum for the HIV Healthcare Workforce
Camila Hurtado – The Fatal Cost of Insulin: Policy Solutions to Improve Insulin Affordability In California
Nate Swetlitz- “I’m still trying to figure out what it is to be a man” – How Masculinities Impact Barriers and Facilitators to Depression Care Among Latino Men
Fatuma Ayaan-Rinderknecht – Barriers to Care and Stigma Among Patients With Hidradenitis Suppurativa
Marycon Jiro – Ang Ating Mata: Eye Care Knowledge, Attitudes, and Health Seeking Practices of Older Adult Filipino-American Population in the San Francisco Bay Area Counties
COVID-19 (Prof. Ron Dahl)
Tommaso Bulfone – Outdoor Activities, Covid-19 Transmission and Implications
Mekhala Hoskote – “Hidden pandemic”: Exploring Factors Related to Healthcare Delays Among Low-Income Families During The COVID-19 Pandemic
New therapies (Prof. Ron Dahl)
James Cevallos – Neoantigen Prediction in Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma
People Experiencing Homelessness: Trajectories and Policies (Prof. Coco Auerswald)
Haruna Aridomi – Impacts of COVID-19 and California Senate Bill 1152 on Discharge Processes for Patients Experiencing Homelessness: A Qualitative Study
Nate Bohm-Levine – Pathways to Housing Loss Among Older Adults Experiencing Homelessness
Mothers, Babies, and Children (Prof. Jodi Halpern)
Raizel DeWitt – Decision-Making and Ambiguity in Pediatric Relapsed Leukemia
Rachel Mernoff – Evaluation of Perceived Mistreatment in Family Planning Appointments in Lomé, Togo
Amelia Dmowska – Racism in Mothers’ Experiences of Traumatic Childbirth: Implications for Maternal Care
Yasamin Vafai – Sleep and the Developing Brain: Sleep at Age 1 Predicts Behavioral/Emotional Difficulties at Age 4 in a Diverse Cohort Study
Doctors and Patients in the 21st Century (Prof. Susan Ivey)
Yash Huilgol – Understanding Physician Note Review Behavior Using Electronic Health Record Metadata
ADA Access: If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting/CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) or information about campus mobility access features in order to fully participate in this event, please contact Jessie Hemingway at firstname.lastname@example.org.