Research Symposium

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The Department of Internal Medicine Annual Research Symposium showcases the research projects completed by our residents and provides an opportunity for fellows and students, as well as faculty, to present their work and interact with department members. A focal event of the symposium is Grand Rounds delivered by an invited outstanding physician scientist.

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2022 Department of Internal Medicine Research Symposium
May 5-6, 2022  

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2021 Ben Margolis Research Award Winner

Yun Han, PhD

Yun Han, PhD  Assistant Research Scientist, Division of Nephrology

Yun Han, PhD is an Assistant Research Scientist in the Division of Nephrology and at Kidney Epidemiology and Cost Center. She obtained her MS in health policy and management at the University of California, Los Angeles and received her PhD degree in social and administrative sciences in pharmacy at the University of Michigan. Her research interests center around health services and outcomes research and pharmacoepidemiology.

Dr. Han has extensive data analysis experience on large and complex healthcare data, such as claims data, clinical data and survey data. She assists in the work for developing kidney disease surveillance systems. She has been involved in the CDC CKD Surveillance Project and the United States Renal Data System project. In particular, Dr. Han has been recently focused on assessing pharmacotherapies in kidney disease and explore the impact of environmental and social determinants of health on kidney health using spatial analysis techniques.