Maame Yaa "Maya" Yiadom,
MD, MPH, MSCI
Advancing the science of delivering the right care, for all patients, at the right time, for emergency care conditions with particular attention to cardiovascular disease.
Jul. 05, 2023
International Collaboration: Charité University, Berlin, Germany
Maya Yiadom launched an international collaboration with colleagues at Charité University in Berlin, Germany. The tran-continental team will validate Maya’s USA-based predictive model developed to reduced delays and disparities in STEMI care in Germany. Contributing participants include Ian Brown, Gabrielle Bunney, Rana Kabeer, Melissa Pasao, and Marium Rizvi along with Quantitative Sciences Unit collaborators, Kate Miller and Anna Graber-Naidich.
Jun. 13, 2023
Dr. Maya Yiadom Moderating the panel discussion on the “Data Revolution for Precision Care.” During the SAEM Consensus Conference.
Dr. Maya Yiadom moderates the panel discussion on the “Data Revolution for Precision Care,” during the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Consensus Conference.
Jun. 13, 2023
QSU Biostatistics Intern: Patricia Petrova
Patricia Petrova, a MS student from San Francisco State University, completed her Quantitative Sciences Unit (QSU) Biostatistics Internship mentored by Maya Yiadom, Kate Miller (QSU), and Loretta Matheson. As a member of Maya’s lab for 2 months, she did a preliminary analysis for Cherelle Smith’s Pediatric Pain study presented to Maya’s lab, then the QSU staff, and her MS program.
Mar. 28, 2023
AMIA Summit 2023: Dr. Anna Graber-Naidich & Dr. Ian Brown
Dr. Anna Graber-Naidich and Dr. Ian Brown presented at the American Medical Informatics Association Summit 2023 on “Effectiveness, safety & efficiency of a drive-through care model: A response to the COVID-19 testing demand.” Coauthors included Sam Shen, Patrice Callagy, Stefanie Sebok-Syer, Shashank Ravi and Laleh Gharahbaghian.
Nov. 17, 2022
Lead Research Intern, Sean Bloos, MPH, MSII: Research Poster Presentation Winner
Sean Bloos, MPH, MSII, Lead Research Intern in Dr. Yiadom’s lab, presented on The Influence of Time to Diagnosis to Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for Emergency Department ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) Patients: Door-to-ECG Matters at the Dr. Paul K. Whelton 75th Birthday Symposium. Sean was also awarded 1st Place for his poster in the MD/Masters Student category.
Nov. 17, 2022
Collaborative Work with Vanderbilt highlighted in Discover
The HSR-DCC Lab’s collaborative work with Vanderbilt University Medical Center was recently featured in the medical center’s scientific blog, Discover. The article titled, “Exceeding Expectations to Improve ED STEMI Care” highlights our work towards better understanding areas for care and risk assessment improvement for ED STEMI patients.