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Public Health Seminars:

09/26/2017

Topic: The Strong Black Woman and metabolic syndrome: Preliminary results from pilot work to explore social determinants of health in high risk communities

University of Virginia School of Nursing, PhD, Nursing, December 2013|
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing, BS, Nursing, 2007|
Medical College of Virginia, MA, Public Health, 1999|
University of Virginia, BA, Anthropology/Pre-health, 1996|


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Public Health Seminars and Events

events and seminars photoThe Division of Epidemiology hosts a bi-weekly seminar series that is open to students, faculty, and staff throughout VCU.  Lectures address various aspects of epidemiologic research and practice and include presentations by leaders in the field of population health.

Seminars are generally held from 12:00 to 1:00 pm on alternating TUESDAYS at One Capitol Square (830 E. Main Street), 6th floor room 644.

Seminar Series Academic Year 2016-2017
Date Presenter Seminar Title
9/26/17 Dr. Candace Johnson, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing
Seminar Type: MPH
The Strong Black Woman and metabolic syndrome: Preliminary results from pilot work to explore social determinants of health in high risk communities
     
     
10/3/17 Panel
Seminar Type: PhD/MPH
Opioid Use
     
     
10/10/17 Kevin Sickinger, LTC (R), CENC Military Coordinator/Program Special
Seminar Type: MPH
TBD- The Chronic Effects of Neurotrauma Consortium
     
     
10/17/17 Dr. Nathan Gillespie, Associate Professor, Psychiatry,
Seminar Type: PhD
The genetic and environmental etiology of cannabis use and misuse, and the relationship between cannabis, education and annual income
     
     
10/24/17 Mathew Pannizon, PhD Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, UCSD
Seminar Type: MPH/PhD
TBD- Testosterone and Aging
     
     
10/31/17 Trisha Sando, Fourth Year PhD Student
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
11/7/17 NONE
Seminar Type: APHA
NONE
     
     
11/14/17 Jordyn Wallenborn, Fourth Year PhD Student
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
11/21/17 NONE
Thanksgiving
NONE
     
     
11/28/17 Samuel Brinton
Seminar Type: MPH
TBD
     
     
12/5/17 NONE
LAST WEEK OF CLASS
NONE
     
     
1/23/18 TBD
Seminar Type: MPH
TBD
     
     
1/30/18 Mirinda Gormley, Second Year PhD Student
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
2/6/18 Karen Chartier, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
Seminar Type: MPH
TBD
     
     
2/13/18 John Lee, Third Year PhD Student
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
2/20/18 Mr. Norman Oliver, MD, MA, Deputy Commissioner for Population Health, Virginia Department of Health
Seminar Type: MPH
TBD
     
     
2/27/18 Sylvia Rozario, Third Year PhD Student
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
3/6/18 NONE
Spring Break
NONE
     
     
3/13/18 Dr. Kristen Brown, Postdoctoral Follow, Emory University
Seminar Type: MPH
TBD
     
     
3/20/18 Elizabeth Lowery, Second Year PhD Student
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
3/27/18 Dr. Dana Johnson-Morgan, Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School Associate Epidemiologist, Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Seminar Type: MPH
TBD
     
     
4/3/18 HOLD
National Public Health Week
TBD
     
     
4/10/18 Dr. Hong Xue, Assistant Professor, VCU Department of Health Behavior and Policy
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
4/17/18 First Year PhD Students
Seminar Type: PhD
TBD
     
     
4/24/18 Dr. Kia Jackson, FDA
Seminar Type: MPH/PhD
TBD
     
     
5/1/18

NONE
LAST WEEK OF CLASS

NONE
     
     
9/5/17 Panel
Seminar Type: MPH/PhD
Finding the Mentors and Mentoring You Need
     
     
9/12/17 Heidi Pfeiffer, CDC
Seminar Type: MPH
Topic: Public Health Associates Program
     
     
9/19/17 Dr. Elizabeth Do, Instructor, Health Behavior and Policy
Seminar Type: PhD
Sociodemographic Predictors of Tobacco Exposure among Pregnant Women in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study


09/26/2017

Topic: The Strong Black Woman and metabolic syndrome: Preliminary results from pilot work to explore social determinants of health in high risk communities

Dr. Candace Johnson, Assistant Professor, School of Nursing|| Seminar Type: MPH

One Capitol Square, room 644 

12:00 - 1:00 PM