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Dr. Walter Bialkowski

Walter Bialkowski
Dr. Walter BialkowskiMarquette University

Cudahy Hall, 396

MilwaukeeWI53201United States of America
(414) 288-2005

Visiting Assistant Professor

Department of Computer Science

Education

Ph.D. Clinical and Translational Health, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

M.S. Comparative Pathobiology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

B.S. Biology, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI

Courses Taught

  • COSC 6510 Business Intelligence
  • COSC 6520 Business Analytics
  • COSC 5500 Visual Analytics
  • COSC 6570 Data at Scale

Research Interests

  • Epidemiology
  • Healthcare analytics
  • Data science
  • Community participatory research

Publications

Bialkowski W, Tan S, Mast AE, Kiss JE, Kor DJ, Gottschall J, Wu Y, Roubinian N, Triulzi D, Kleinman S, Choi Y, Brambilla D, Zimrin A. Equivalent inpatient mortality among direct-acting oral anticoagulant comparared to warfarin users presenting with major hemorrhage. Thrombosis Research 2019; 185: 109-118.

Walderhaug M, Whitaker B, Hinkins S, Steele W, Custer B, Kessler D, LeParc G, Gottschall J, Bialkowski W, Stramer S, Dodd R, McEwen S, Crowder L, Vahidnia F, Shaz B, Kamel H, Rebosa M, Stern M, Anderson S. Use of a rapid electronic survey methodology to estimate blood donors’ potential exposure to emerging infectious diseases. Accepted for Publication, Transfusion.

Spencer BR, Bialkowski W, Creel DV, Cable RG, Kiss JE, Stone M, McClure C, Kleinman S, Glynn SA, Mast AE. Elevated Risk for Iron Depletion in High-School Age Blood Donors. Transfusion 2019; 59(5): 1706-1716.

Bialkowski W, Blank RD, Zheng C, Gottschall J, Papanek P. Impact of frequent apheresis blood donation on bone density: a prospective, longitudinal, randomized, controlled trial. Bone Reports 2018 Dec; 10: 100188.

Bialkowski W, Kiss JE, Wright DJ, Cable R, Birch R, D’Andrea P, Bryant BJ, Spencer BR, Mast AE. Estimates of total body iron indicate 19 mg and 38 mg oral iron are equivalent for the mitigation of iron deficiency in individuals experiencing repeated phlebotomy. Am J Hematology 2017; 92(9):851-857.

Grau KG, Vasan SK, Rostgaard K, Bialkowski W, Norda R, Hjalgrim H, Edgren G. No association between frequent apheresis donation and risk of fractures: a retrospective cohort analysis from Sweden. Transfusion 2016; 57(2): 390-396.

Bialkowski W, Bruhn R, Edgren G, Papanek P. Citrate Anticoagulation: Are Blood Donors Donating Bone? Journal of Clinical Apheresis 2015; 31(5): 459-463.


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Katharine R. Cudahy Hall, Room 201
1313 W. Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee WI 53233
(414) 288-8600

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