TRAC Visiting Faculty Seminar

Tuesday, January 23, 2024 | 12pm - 1pm ET
The development process of South Korea's TB big data: challenges, usefulness, and opportunities
Speaker: Hojoon Sohn, PhD, MPH

This week’s Tuberculosis Research Advancement Center (TRAC) Seminar Series will include a Tuesday seminar with a Visiting Faculty presentation by Hojoon Sohn, PhD, MPH held on Tuesday, January 23rd from 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET in BSPH W1030 – Anna Baetjer or via Zoom | Add to calendar.

“The development process of South Korea’s TB big data: challenges, usefulness, and opportunities “

Hojoon Sohn, PhD, MPH
Associate Professor, Department of Preventive Medicine & Department of Human Systems Medicine
Seoul National University College of Medicine

Hojoon is an infectious disease epidemiologist with multidisciplinary expertise in health economics. His research focuses on streamlining health economic and epidemiology methods in modeling, clinical trials, and implementation science disciplines for Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV/AIDS. Since moving to Korea, Hojoon‘s research has also expanded into the development and analyses of big data exclusively curated for TB and cancer patients in Korea. Through these datasets, Hojoon and his research team aim to understand the patterns of health care utilization, costs, and long-term consequences of TB (and cancer), and examine the effects and impact of healthcare policies.

Join via Zoom – **New link w/ Passcode**
Meeting ID: 958 7665 5337
Passcode: 087010

RSVP for lunch by Monday, 1/22 by 12pm.