Seminar Series

2017-2018 Seminar Schedule

All seminars are to take place at 121 S. Main Street

10/24/2017 12:00-1:00 room 375
Dr. Darryl B. Hood, Associate Professor
Ohio State University
"Molecular Neurotoxicology Studies Inform Application of the Public Health Exposome Framework in Vulnerable Populations"

11/14/2017 4:00-5:00 room 245
Dr. Emily Oken
"Recent Developments in Early Life Derterminants of Obesity"

MMI Fall Series, December 1st Iuliana Ene, Ph. D  as the guest speaker. 

12/5/2017 4:00-5:00 room 245
Dr. Jia Chen
"Placental Epi/Genomics as Sensors of the In Utero Environment and Predictors of Fetal Development"

2/13/2018 4:00-5:00 room 245
Dr. Joseph Braun
"Early Life Environmental Chemical Exposures and Children's Health"

4/2/2018 12:00-1:00 room 247
Marcia Pescador Jimenez
"Longitudinal Associations of Life-course Neighborhood Deprivation with Blood Presssure and Obsesity"

4/10/2018 4:00-5:00 room 245
Dr. Carmen Marsit
"Molecular Mechanisms Linking the Environment to Children's Health"

4/18/2018 4:00-5:00 room 375
Carl G. Streed, Jr., MD
"The Health of Sexual and Gender Minorities: Acceptance/Rejection as Exposure"

2016-2017 Seminar Schedule

Olivia Okereke, MD Associate Professor, Department of Epidemiology Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
“Depression and Cognitive Decline Among the Elderly” 

Sandro Galea, MD, MPH, DrPH Dean, Boston University School of Public Health Professor, Family Medicine Boston University School of Medicine
“New Directions in Population Health: From Risks to Consequences” 

Edmond Shenassa, ScD Associate Professor, Family Science University of Maryland 
“In- utero Exposure to Nicotine and Lifetime Risk of Depression: Methodologic Challenges and Solutions” 

Laura Stroud, PhD Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research) Associate Professor of Behavioral and Social Science (Research) Brown University
“Smoking During Pregnancy: Biological Pathways and Transmission of Risk to the Next Generation” 

 Julia Simard, ScD Assistant Professor, Department of Health Research & Policy, Division of Epidemiology, and (by courtesy), Department of Medicine, Division of Immunology & Rheumatology, Affiliate, Clinical Epidemiology Unit, Department of Medicine, Karolinska Institutet Stanford School of Medicine
“Perinatal Outcomes in Patients with Autoimmune Diseases: from Population-Based Registers to Clinical Studies” 

Christopher Wildeman, PhD Associate Professor, Policy Analysis and Management Cornel University
Paternal Incarceration and Teachers’ Expectations
of Students 

Laura Kubzansky, PhD, MPH Lee Kum Kee Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Distress-Proneness and the Habit of Discontent: Childhood Origins of Cardiovascular Disease 

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