Department of

Public Health Seminars:

12/2018

The Seminar Series will start back in January 2019; the schedule will be updated soon.

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Resources:


Public Health Seminars and Events

Epidemiology Graduate Programs Open House. One Capitol Square 830 E. Main St. Room 644 | November 8th | 5-6:30 PM

 

 

Please fill out the 2018 Division of Epidemiology Open House Survey

 

events and seminars photoThe Division of Epidemiology hosts a 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 TUESDAYS at One Capitol Square (830 E. Main Street), 6th floor room 644.

 

Seminars and Events
Seminars 2018-2019
Date Presenter Seminar Title
     
     
  The Seminar Series will start back in January 2019; the schedule will be updated soon.  
     
 Completed Seminars 2018-2019 
Date Presenter Seminar Title
     
9/11/18 John Lee, MS | PhD Student, VCU Division of Epidemiology
Seminar Type: PhD
Bayesian Spatial Analysis of Stress-related Mortality in Virginia
     
     
9/18/18 Azadeh Stark, MEd, PhD | Professor-in-Practice/Senior Lecturer, University of Texas at Dallas School of Interdisciplinary Studies; Senior Scientist, Henry Ford Health System Department of Pathology, Detroit, MI
Seminar Type: MPH
  Racial Disparity in Breast Cancer Treatment Outcome: The Potential Influence of Biological Differences between African-American and White-American Women
     
     
9/25/18 Xinguang "Jim" Chen, MD, PhD, FACE | Professor, University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions & College of Medicine Department of Epidemiology 
Seminar Type: MPH and PhD
New development in epidemiologic methods and future research
     
     
10/2/18 Shawn Latendresse, PhD | Assistant Professor, Baylor University Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
Seminar Type: MPH and PhD
Using Mechanisms, Models, and Measurement to Inform the Epidemiology of Alcohol Use Disorder
     
     
10/9/18 Chelsea Canan, PhD, MPH | Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Virginia School of Medicine Department of Infectious Diseases
Seminar Type: PhD and MPH
Opioid Use and Misuse among People Living with HIV
     
     
10/16/18 no seminar this week -
     
     
10/23/18 Tamala Gondwe, PhD | Postdoctoral Fellow, VCU Division of Epidemiology
Seminar Type: PhD
Methodological challenges in ascertaining the causes of racial disparities in US maternal mortality rates
     
     

10/26/18 (Friday)

Honghong (Helen) Zhu, MD, PhD, MHS/MPH, MSc | Director, Service for Disease Prevention and Treatment, Preventive Medicine Institute
Seminar Type: MPH and PhD
Perspectives of cancer etiology: interactions between environments, genes, and/or genes-enivronments
     
     
10/30/18 Tierah West | MPH Student, VCU School of Medicine
Seminar Type: MPH
How to Optimize Volunteer Work to Help Disadvantaged Communities: Community Conversations in Richmond, Virginia's East End Neighborhood
     
     
11/2/18 (FRIDAY)

Shaunna Clark, PhD | Assistant Professor, Michigan State University Department of Psychology; Director, Michigan State University Addiction Epigenetics Lab
Seminar Type: MPH and PhD

Exploring the role of DNA methylation in alcohol use and addiction
     
     
11/6/18 Mirinda Gormley, NRP, MSPH | PhD Student, VCU Division of Epidemiology
Seminar Type: PhD
Long-Term Employment Outcomes for Patients with Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: A Systematic Review
     
     
11/13/18 no seminar this week (American Public Health Association Annual Meeting) -
     
     
11/20/18     Sylvia Rozario, MPH, MBBS | PhD Student, VCU Division of Epidemiology
Seminar Type: PhD
The Association between Intimate Partner Violence before Pregnancy and Short Interbirth Interval in the US: The Role of Insurance Status
     
     
11/27/18     no seminar this week -
     
     
12/7/18 (FRIDAY) Hua Zhao, PhD | Associate Professor, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Department of Epidemiology, Division of OVP, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences
Seminar Type: MPH and PhD
Molecular Epidemiology in Cancer Control Continuum
     
     
12/13/18 (THURSDAY)  Jessica Petrick, PhD, MPH | CRTA Post-Doctoral Fellow, NIH National Cancer Institute Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, Metabolic Epidemiology Branch
Seminar Type: MPH and PhD
Obesity and Cancer: Etiology, Mechanisms, and Future Directions


12/2018

The Seminar Series will start back in January 2019; the schedule will be updated soon.

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One Capitol Square, room 644 

12:00 - 1:00 P.M.