Seminars at the College of Public Health and Human Sciences showcase the latest research directly from experts in their fields. Faculty from the CPHHS and around the world present their current research in public health and human sciences in an environment conducive to research collaboration and fostering student learning.
Held in Bray Conference Center (HFC 115) unless otherwise stated.
Aging and Technology: From the Laboratory to the Real World
Andrew Sixsmith, PhD, Professor and Director of the Gerontology Research Centre, Simon Frazer University
Event will be held from 10-11 a.m.. Venue TBA
Cancer Risk in Children with Birth Defects
Susan Carozza, PhD Associate Professor, Epidemiology, CPHHS
Co-sponsored with the Epidemiology Program
An Introduction to Latent Class, Latent Profile and Latent Transition Analysis
Bethany C. Bray, PhD Associate Director, The Methodology Center & Research Associate Professor, College of Health and Human Development, The Pennsylvania State University
Co-sponsored with the
School of Social & Behavioral Health Sciences
Event will be held all day
April 20-22 in Waldo 400
Contact KariLyn.Sakuma@oregonstate.edu for more information
Overview of the Department of Statistics’ Research Interests
Duo Jiang, PhD, Assistant Professor
Sarah Emerson, PhD, Associate Professor, OSU Department of Statistics
Panel Discussion with the Director and Core Directors of HFC to Celebrate 5 Years of the Hallie Ford Center for Healthy Children & Families
Rick Settersten, PhD, Director; Sally Bowman, PhD, & Shauna Tominey, PhD, Parenting & Family Life Core; Peggy Dolcini, PhD, Youth & Young Adults Core; Kathy Gunter, PhD, Healthy Eating & Active Living Core; Megan McClelland, PhD, Early Childhood Core
Health of Children Living in Chronic War Zones: The Palestinian Case
Salwa Massad, PhD, Research Manager, World Health Organization Palestinian National Institute of Public Health, Palestine & Adjunct Associate Research Scientist, Institute of Human Nutrition, Columbia University
Event will be held from 4-5 p.m.
with a reception following at 5 p.m.
Public Health Surveillance and the Research Continuum
Patrick Remington, MD, MPH, Professor and Associate Dean for Public Health, Department of Population Health Sciences, School of Medicine and Public Health,University of Wisconsin-Madison
Injury Prevention for Commercial Fishermen: From Surveillance to Interventions
Laurel Kincl, PhD
Environmental and Occupational Health
Co-sponsored with the
Environmental and Occupational Health Program
Palliative and Supportive Care Quality: How Shall We Measure?
Diana Tisnado, MPA, PhD
Department of Health Sciences
California State University, Fullerton
Co-sponsored with the Health Policy Program
Video archives of past seminars