Avetis / Public Health Informatics
April 19, 2022

Public Health Informatics

Armine Lulejian

Dr. Armine Lulejian is Senior Director of Educational Initiatives at the MESH Academy, Associate Director of Informatics Education, Training and Outreach at USC Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CS-CTSI), and Assistant Professor of Clinical Population and Public Health Sciences at Keck School of Medicine of USC.Dr. Lulejian also serves as the Academic Integrity Coordinator and Vice Chair of the Curriculum Committee for the Health and Biomedical Sciences Education at USC Keck School of Medicine. At USC, Dr. Lulejian has launched a minor in Health Innovation, a joint program with USC Keck School of Medicine and USC Iovine and Young Academy. As part of this program, Dr. Lulejian has proposed several new courses and is the recipient of two coveted Provost’s Interdisciplinary Teaching Awards at USC. In 2019, Dr. Lulejian received a teaching grant to propose a course titled ‘Human Health and Technology, a collaboration with faculty at IYA, which has been successfully launched. In 2021, Dr. Lulejian received another grant for creating a new course titled ‘Public Health Literacy, History and Pandemics’ in collaboration with colleagues at USC’s Dornsife History Department and USC Rossier School of Education. Currently, Armine is the President-Elect of the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health Alumni Association and Board member with the Analysis, Research, and Planning for Armenia (ARPA) Institute.

Venue: National Institute of Health (49/4, Komitas ave., Yerevan)
Time: 15:00-17:00 Yerevan time
Presentation Slides: Presentation slides: Public Health Informatics