Brown Bag Lecture & Professional Development Series
The CPHSJ Brown Bag Lecture & Professional Development Series is sponsored by the CPHSJ Office of Research. All CPHSJ faculty, staff, and students, primarily PhD students or MPH students interested in pursuing research careers, are invited to attend.
Events in this series
- facilitate faculty from each discipline getting to know each other and their respective research,
- explore ways in which conceptual approaches, terminology, and common concerns from each field are shared and ways they are distinct, and
- promote collaboration between faculty.
Topics may be general categories with likely commonalities and differences, possibly starting with the topical work groups: global health, community health, and new initiatives.
All presentations begin at noon and end at 1 p.m.
|4/9||Ken Denson of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps and the Climate Change Lead for the St. Louis Chapter of Organizing for Action||Climate Leaders: The Reality of the Climate Crisis||Salus 1412D
|3/27||Russell S. Kirby, PhD, MS, FACE, Professor and Marrell Endowed Chair Department of Community and Family Health University of South Florida College of Public Health||We Count What We Can Count and We Measure What We Can Measure: Are Traditional Perinatal Indicators Relevant in the 21st Century Context?||Salus Auditorium
|3/26||Wes Norton, CIH, CSP, CHMM, Director, American Industrial Hygiene Association St. Louis Section||Occupational Reproductive Health and Fetal Protection Policies for the 21st Century||Salus 1412D
|3/25||Roger Lewis, PhD, CIH, Department Chair and Professor of Environmental & Occupational Health (EOH), and Stephen Passman, Graduate Research Assistant, EOH||The Clinic for Sustainable Communities: A Collaborative Initiative for Problem Solving||Salus 1412D
|3/18||Darcy Scharff, PhD, Associate Professor of Behavioral Science and Health Education, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, and Director of the MPH Program||Admitting and Working with Accelerated Students
|3/5||William Siler, PhD, Director, ORDS, and Michele Oesch, Associate Director, Corp. and Foundation Relations||Grant Writing Workshop: Collaborations||Salus 1412D|
||Gina Merys, PhD, Assistant Director, Reinert Center||Active Learning||Salus 1412D|
|2/19||Paul Shattuck, PhD, Drexel University||Public Health and Social Work Connections: The Case of Autism Research||Salus Auditorium|
|2/5||Katherine Matthews, MD, MPH, MBA, Research Division Director, SLU Dept. of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health, and Special Projects Consultant, Casa de Salud
||Understanding the Needs of the St. Louis Latino Population||Salus 1412D|
|1/29||Travis T. Threats, PhD, Professor and Chair, SLU Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders
||Standardizing Disability Coding in Federal Health Records using ICF||Salus 1412D|
|1/28||Michael Elliott, PhD, Assistant Professor, CPHSJ Biostatistics
||Quantitative Data Management
|1/22||William Siler, PhD, Director, ORDS||Marketing your Work: Grant Writing Principles and Generic Strategy||Salus 1412D
||Kathy Leiva-Rosario, Manager, OSPA, and Blythe Burkhardt, General Counsel
||New Research Contracts Process