News & Blog
As we continue to expand efforts to combat the overdose crisis, targeting our quality improvement efforts to emergency deparments with the highest opioid use disorder (OUD) visit rates could potentially benefit more than half of all patients utilizing emergency care for OUD nationwide.
During the next three years, Schackman and Martin will bring simulation modelers and policymakers together to further the science of simulation modeling by addressing issues of model design, data availability, integrity, and translation.
While 2020 ushered in challenging moments, the sixth cohort of pilot grant recipients, Ali Jalali, Austin Kilaru, and Hao Zhang, concluded their funding year with new analytical skills and unique accomplishments.
Lead author Angélica Meinhofer, a CHERISH Research Affiliate and an assistant professor of population health sciences at Weill Cornell Medicine, shares new comprehensive findings that report how cannabis liberalization policies and cannabis use disorder impact maternal and newborn health.
In an editorial issued in the Annals of Internal Medicine, Population Data & Modeling Core Director Benjamin Linas underscores the urgency to expand comprehensive and population-wide HIV interventions to reduce HIV transmission.
This fall, join CHERISH investigators, CHERISH Research Affiliates, Advisory Board members, and pilot grant recipients on the virtual stage as they present their research in upcoming conferences. Use the following schedule to connect with CHERISH colleagues and explore the breadth of their work.