Student to present thesis at epidemiology meeting
(COLLEGE STATION, TX) – Kelsey Miller, a Master of Science in Public Health student in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Texas A&M Health Science Center (HSC) School of Rural Public Health, has been selected to present her thesis at the Society for Epidemiologic Research (SER) meeting, June 23-26 in Seattle.
The title of her thesis is “Influenza-Preparedness: Modeling Influenza-Associated Deaths and Hospitalizations in Texas.”
“Kelsey’s thesis was selected through a peer review process,” said Chuck Huber, Ph.D., assistant professor at the HSC-School of Rural Public Health and thesis chair. “SER is one of the top epidemiology conferences in the United States, so this is quite an honor for Kelsey.”
Miller’s thesis work was supported by a contract with the Infectious Disease Branch of the Texas Department of State Health Services.