IPHAM Seminar Series


WHEN: Thursday 12 - 1 PM CST
WHAT: Engaging speakers; relevant research; delicious lunch; CME credit

September 4, 2014 - "IPHAM Year in Review” (Please note location change: Hughes Auditorium in Lurie Medical Research Center)
Rowland Chang, MD, MPH
Director, Institute for Public Health and Medicine; Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Stream live through Adobe Connect

September 11, 2014 - “The Role of Provider-Public Health Partnerships in Improving HIV Care Cascade Outcomes
Katerina Christopoulos, MD
Assistant Professor, Medicine
University of California San Francisco School of Medicine
Stream live through Adobe Connect

September 18, 2014 – “Social Network Analysis in Health Behavioral Research”
Kayo Fujimoto, PhD, MS
Assistant Professor, Division of Health Promotion & Behavioral Sciences
Adjunct Assistant Professor Division of Biostatistics
The University of Texas-Health Science Center at Houston
Stream live through Adobe Connect

September 25, 2014 – “Minority Stress Theory”
Michael Dentato, PhD, MSW
Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
Loyola University Chicago
Stream live through Adobe Connect

**As a courtesy to our speakers, we ask the everyone remain in their seats until the presenation has concluded.  We understand that participants sometimes have to leave a bit early to make it to 1:00 pm meetings, however, we usually leave approximately 10-15 minutes at the end of the presentation for questions.  This would be the most appropriate time to slip out quietly.

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The Series is coordinated by the Center for Education in Health Sciences.  If you have any questions, suggestions, or would like to speak at a seminar event, please contact:

Eimear Curran
Administrator, Center for Education in Health Sciences

Ryan Splitt
Program Assistant, Center for Education in Health Sciences

This speaker series is intended to foster research collaboration and engagement and now represents the entire IPHAM Community. The goal is to be as inclusive as possible and have all IPHAM centers host at least two seminars each year.