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July Seminar/Doctoral Students - Shared screen with speaker view
Alyssa Falise
33:20
Beautiful graphics!
Stephen Kimmel
37:07
Fantastic work!
Yan Wang
37:24
Great presentation, Sara!
Catalina Lopez-Quintero
37:29
Awesome, great presentation, thanks!
Erta
37:33
Amazing work Sara!
Catherine Striley
37:45
Great job Sara! I look forward to you getting your F
Cindy Prins
37:52
Great job Sara!!
Upuli Dissanayake
37:53
Wonderful presentation Sara!
Sara Nutley
38:03
Thank you!
Kelly Gurka (she/her)
38:29
Thank you for your presentation, Sara!
Stephen Kimmel
38:37
One question on adjusted model. How did you determine what to add? I noticed that not all variables (e.g., sex) were in the model.
Carmen Smotherman
38:47
Thank you Sara! Great work, as always!
Sara Nutley
39:03
Dr. Kimmel,
Ting-Yuan Cheng
39:30
Hi Sara, Great presentation. My suggestion is that you can show validation and reliability data of the measurement to audiences especially the measurement is new and not a lot of people know about it. Hope this is helpful.
Sara Nutley
40:45
These variables were found to be insignificant predictors of quality of life in our first set of models adjusted for demographic characteristics. Using a stepwise approach, these variables were removed from the final regression model.
Catalina Lopez-Quintero
42:30
Inyoung I would add to your list of what to do phages and repurposing drugs
Abigail Hummel (she, her)
54:12
Inyoung, what a great presentation! You made everything very easy to understand!
Erta
54:18
Wonderful job Inyoung!
Stephen Kimmel
54:27
Thanks Sara. There's some interesting literature on the use of stepwise for causal modeling. Here's just one example: https://journalofbigdata.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40537-018-0143-6
Carmen Smotherman
56:07
Great Job Inyoung! So interesting!
Upuli Dissanayake
56:37
Great job Inyoung!
Sara Nutley
56:39
Great job, Inyoung!
Yan Wang
56:47
Excellent work and presentation, Inyoung!
Inyoung Jun
58:42
Thank you all :D
Cindy Prins
58:44
Great job Inyoung! When you use the Latin name for an organism, be sure to capitalize the genus name only, not the species name, and then italicize the whole name.
Inyoung Jun
01:00:22
Thank you Dr. Prins! I will keep that in mind. Also Thank you Dr. Lopez, I will look up the phages and repurposing drugs too!
Catalina Lopez-Quintero
01:01:07
Great presentation Inyoung, thanks!
Tinu Olarewaju
01:12:02
Great talk Akemi, in the sample population, did you factor in obesity? how does fat index influence the result? I ask because chronic inflammation is linked with truncal obesity (can't recollect the specific literature) and you seem to suggest that inflammation plays role in the study. then there's also the association of Cr protein and inflammation
Erta
01:12:05
Wonderful presentation Akemi!
Sara Nutley
01:12:10
Excellent work, Akemi!
Inyoung Jun
01:12:17
Great job Akemi!
Kimberly Sibille
01:12:37
Really nice job Akemi!
Upuli Dissanayake
01:12:43
Well done Akemi!
Mmadili Ilozumba
01:12:46
Excellent presentations Sara, Inyoung and Akemi! Thank you so much guys!!!
Catalina Lopez-Quintero
01:13:08
Thank you Akemi, great presentation!
Yan Wang
01:13:09
Great job, Akemi! Have you considered potential mediation model: micro nutrients —>inflammation—>telomere length
Varma
01:13:29
Excellent job Sara, Inyoung and Akemi!
Kimberly Sibille
01:16:21
Really nice array of work!
Abigail Hummel (she, her)
01:16:28
You all did amazing! Such clear communication!
Akemi Wijayabahu
01:16:31
thank you!
Carmen Smotherman
01:16:36
Great job Akemi!!!