Here, you can find recordings of previous WU-CDTR sponsored webinars. For upcoming events, visit our events page.

Designing for Dissemination and Sustainability (D4DS): an interactive, web-based planning tool with Dr. Maura Kepper (February 8, 2024)

New Frontiers to Prevent Diabetes and Malnutrition:

Opportunities for Global to Local Impact 

Fall 2023 – Spring 2024

Visit the New Frontiers page to register for upcoming sessions and review the series archive.


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Review of Prevention and Management of Type 2 Diabetes

Review of Prevention and Management of Type 2 Diabetes

Presented by Eduardo Simoes, MD, MSc, MPH as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – August 25, 2023

Synergism of mechanisms underlying early-stage changes in retina function after experimentally induced dyslipidemia and hyperglycemia

Synergism of mechanisms underlying early-stage changes in retina function after experimentally induced dyslipidemia and hyperglycemia

Presented by Peter Koulen, PhD, FARVO as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – October 20, 2023

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Reclaiming Power & Autonomy: The Citizen Scientist Approach to Community-led Research & Engagement

In partnership with the Council on Black Health (CBH) – May 2023

Improving Global Cardiometabolic Health: Challenges and Opportunities

Improving Global Cardiometabolic Health: Challenges and Opportunities

Presented by Simin Liu, MD, MPH as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – August 31, 2022

Machine Learning-based Long Term Diabetes Risk Calculator for Adolescents

Machine Learning-based Long Term Diabetes Risk Calculator for Adolescents

Presented by Sharan Srinivas, PhD as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – May 19, 2022

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Reducing Chronic Disease Disparities in Women’s Health: Moving Science to Real World Impact

Presented by Debra Haire-Joshu, PhD as a part of the Brown School Open Classroom Lectureship Series

SEE-Diabetes, a Patient-Centered Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support for Older Adults: Findings and Information Needs from Patients’ Perspectives

SEE-Diabetes, a Patient-Centered Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support for Older Adults: Findings and Information Needs from Patients’ Perspectives

Presented by Ploypun Narindrarangkura, MD, MS, PhD, as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – November 12, 2021

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Will Telehealth Lessen or Widen the Gap in Black-White Disparities: Questions for translational research in diabetes control

In partnership with the Council on Black Health (CBH), presented by Bryan Batch, MD, MHS – March 2021

Understanding Diabetes: Glucose, Apps and A1c

Understanding Diabetes: Glucose, Apps and A1c

Presented by Uzma Khan, MD As part of the Diabetes and Obesity Lectureship Series – November 2, 2018

The Role of Obesity in Prescribing Health Outcomes

The Role of Obesity in Prescribing Health Outcomes

Presented by Gillian Bartlett-Esquilant, PhD as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – December 2019

Evaluation of Provider Documentation Patterns as a Tool to Deliver Ongoing Patient-Centered Diabetes Education and Support

Evaluation of Provider Documentation Patterns as a Tool to Deliver Ongoing Patient-Centered Diabetes Education and Support

Presented by Quing Ye, PhD(c) as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – October 3, 2019

Dissemination and Implementation Research: mobile phone-based interventions in diabetes self-management education and support interventions

Dissemination and Implementation Research: mobile phone-based interventions in diabetes self-management education and support interventions

Presented by Eduardo J. Simoes, MD, MSc, MPH as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – December 2020

Diabetes Mobile Applications Feature Analysis, a Focus Group Study of Elderly People, and Clinic Note Analysis against the AADE7

Diabetes Mobile Applications Feature Analysis, a Focus Group Study of Elderly People, and Clinic Note Analysis against the AADE7

Presented by Qing Ye as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – February 8, 2019

Effect of Health Information Technologies on Cardiovascular Risk Factors among Patients with Diabetes

Effect of Health Information Technologies on Cardiovascular Risk Factors among Patients with Diabetes

Presented by Yilin Yoshida, PhD, MPH & Eduardo Simoes, MD, MSc, MPH as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – March 1, 2019

Diabetes Self-Management Mobile Applications and a Focus Group Study of Elderly People

Diabetes Self-Management Mobile Applications and a Focus Group Study of Elderly People

Presented by Quing Ye, PhD(c) as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – February 2019

New Sensors for Diabetes Management- a Medical Informatics Perspective

New Sensors for Diabetes Management- a Medical Informatics Perspective

Presented by Mihail Popescu, PhD as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – May 5, 2017

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The Truth About Physical Activity in the Black Community

In partnership with the NCAI Policy Research Center, presented by Dr. Ross Brownson – March 29, 2017.

Electronic Clinical Decision Support in Diabetes Care

Electronic Clinical Decision Support in Diabetes Care

Presented by Richelle Koopman, MD as part of Diabetes & Obesity Collaborative Lectureship Series – July 28, 2017

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Tribal Behavioral Health: Diabetes and Behavioral Health Comorbidities in Native Communities

In partnership with the NCAI Policy Research Center, presented by Dr. Melissa Lewis (Cherokee Nation) and Dr. Kyle Hill (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians) – October 10, 2017.

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When Theory Meets Theology: Examining Assumptions of Faith-based and Faith-placed Interventions

In partnership with AACORN, presented by Dr. Marino Bruce – November 15, 2017.

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Healthcare Quality Improvement of Healthcare for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Presented by Dr. Yvette Roubideaux, NCAI Policy Research Center Director and AIANC Core Director – November 14, 2017

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Are “Hard-to-Reach” Populations Really Hard to Reach?

In partnership with the Council on Black Health (CBH), presented by Dr. Melicia Whitt-Glover, Cheryl Emanuel, and Marcus Murray – April 20, 2018.

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Food Marketing Environments as Influences on Obesity and Diabetes Prevention and Control in Black Americans

In partnership with the Council on Black Health (CBH), presented by Drs. Shiriki Kumanyika and Sonya Grier – May 23, 2018

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New Directions in Diabetes Prevention for Black Americans

In partnership with the Council on Black Health (CBH), presented by Dr. Carmen Samuel-Hodge, PhD, MS, RD – June 28, 2018

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Weight Control in Black Men: Context, Challenges & Intervention Considerations

In partnership with the Council on Black Health (CBH), presented by Dr. Derek M. Griffith, PhD – July 18, 2018