Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, MD, PhD

Phone: 415-206-4464
UCSF Box: 1364
Email: bibbinsk@medicine.ucsf.edu
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Project Sponsor Location(s) Topics Start End
Antecedents of Heart Failure among African American and White Young Adults University of Alabama System United States
Preventable Hospitalizations and Racial Disparities in Heart Failure Robert Wood Johnson Foundation United States
Adapting of the Coronary Heart Disease Policy Model to U.S. Subpopulations American Heart Association. (Western States) United States Cardiovascular Disease
Chronic Kidney Disease and Cardiovascular Risk in Black and White Young Adults NIH National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases United States
Outcomes Modeling for VA Return on Investment Analysis U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs United States Noncommunicable and/or Chronic Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Diet, Exercise, and Obesity, Health Economics and Policy
Enhancing Mexican Capacity for Cardiovascular Policy Research University of California Institute for Mexico and the U.S. (UC MEXUS) Mexico Noncommunicable and/or Chronic Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Health Economics and Policy
Comparative Effectiveness of Policies to Reduce Dietary Salt Intake in the Pacific Rim UC Pacific Rim Research Program China; Mexico; Argentina; Chile
Comparative Effectiveness Analysis of Treat-to-Target and Risk-Based Blood Pressure Control Guidelines Columbia University Argentina; Chile
Enhancing Mexican Capacity for Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Policy Research NIH John F. Fogarty International Center Mexico Cardiovascular Disease, Training and Capacity Building
Discovering Healthcare Innovations to Address Disparities in Stroke (DIADS) Kaiser Permanente United States Access or Barriers to Care, Stigma and Discrimination
Precision Public Health Conference Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation United States Newborn and Infant Health
Addressing Disparities in Chronic Disease with a Teen and Young Adult Focus NIH National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities United States Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes
Addressing Disparities in Chronic Disease with a Teen and Young Adult Focus NIH National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities United States Noncommunicable and/or Chronic Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Diet, Exercise, and Obesity