Mentoring Workshops for Researchers
The Core Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Seminar Series
The Core Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Seminar is a quarterly, cross-institutional series aimed at bringing together trainees, investigators and communities to:
- Define key issues across the broad range of minority health and health disparities research,
- Share issues and challenges in designing and executing research,
- Introduce new methods, approaches, and opportunities,
- Foster collaborations and partnerships, and
- Host presentations by outstanding investigators.
The seminars generally consist of panel presentations with a strong emphasis on community engagement. The seminars are also designed to be interactive discussion forums.
The CEHD, Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science (GHUCCTS), and the University-wide Initiative to Reduce Health Disparities are proud to co-sponsor this series.
Please stay tuned for an announcement about our 2015 series!
To view video recordings from previous seminars, use the following links:
- May 29, 2015: Dr. Laura Anthony, “A Community-Based Executive Function Intervention for Low-Income Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Autism Spectrum Disorders”
May 22, 2014: Drs. Stacey Kaltman, Bonnie Green, and Maria-Rosa Watson, “Attenuating Mental Health Disparities through Community-Partnered Research”
- February 27, 2014: Drs. Vanessa Sheppard, Maria De Jesus, Florencia Gonzalez, and Margaret Darling, “The Community Perspective in Research Partnerships”
- October 24, 2013: Drs. Thomas Obisesan and R. Scott Turner, “Health Disparities in Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease”
June 27, 2013: Ms. Tawara Goode, “Critical Reflections and Future Directions: Health Disparities Research at the Intersection of Race, Ethnicity, and Disability”
- April 25, 2013: Dr. Lucile Adams-Campbell, “Why We Do What We Do: Sound Reasoning or Not?”