Neighborhood Disparities in Cytomegalovirus Infection and Infant Hearing Loss
The goal of the Children's Health & Discovery initiative (CHDI) is to foster multidisciplinary and innovative research that will positively impact childhood and lifelong health. As part of our goal of fostering multidisciplinary collaborations, the CHDI is holding seminar/brainstorming sessions, which include a 40-minute research-in-progress talk from a guest speaker, followed by a 40-minute brainstorming/group discussion session led by the guest speaker and a member of the CHDI scientific leadership.
Seminar Title: "Neighborhood Disparities in Cytomegalovirus Infection and Infant Hearing Loss"
Speaker: Paul Lantos, MD, MIS
Associate Professor of Medicine, General Internal Medicine
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases
Duke University School of Medicine
Affiliate, Duke Global Health Institute
Dr. Lantos is Associate Professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, General Internal Medicine, and Global Health at Duke University. Dr. Lantos uses geographic information systems and spatial statistical models to study spatial patterns of infectious diseases. He is currently conducting studies of congenital cytomegalovirus, Lyme disease, influenza, dengue fever, and streptococcal pharyngitis. Dr. Lantos received his Medical Degree and did his residency in Med-Peds from the University of Connecticut, completed a fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Harvard Medical School, and received a Master's D