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Seminars are free and open to the public.  Join us at the STAR Health Sciences Complex – Atrium,
540 S. College Avenue, Newark, DE  19713.  Refreshments are provided.

To register for the event(s), click on the date.  For more information about the distinguished scholar and topic, click on the scholar’s name.  The topic will contain the recorded video and slides from the event.

For more information about the series, contact Kelly Stevenson at chs_research@udel.edu or 302-831-4712.

CHS Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series 2016-2017

Date Speaker Affiliation Topic

09.01.16
12:00 pm

  Daisuke Tsuzuki, PhD
Assistant Professor
National Institute of Technology
Yuge College, Japan

MRI-Free Spatial Registration and Normalization Techniques for fNIRS
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10.10.16
12:00 pm

  Barbara Ainsworth,
PhD, MPH, FACSM, FNAK
Associate Director and Professor
School of Nutrition and Health
Promotion
Arizona State University Physical Activity Assessment and Promotion:  Historical and Future Perspectives

11.07.16
4:00 pm

  Barry Jacobs, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist
Crozer-Keystone Health System Caring for Family Caregivers: A Strength- and Meaning-Based Psychotherapy

03.02.17
4:00 pm

traustadottir pic Tinna Traustadóttir, PhD
Associate Professor
Biological Sciences
Northern Arizona University

Fighting the “Rust” of Aging: Can Exercise Restore the Redox Balance?

04.10.17
4:00 pm

dipietro-lg-pic Loretta DiPietro, PhD
Department Chair
Exercise Science
George Washington University The Role of Exercise on Maintaining Metabolic Flexibility and Control in Older People
 05.10.17
4:00 pm
  Lorraine J. Phillips, PhD, RN
Associate Professor
Sinclair School of Nursing
 University of Missouri Health Research to Promote Function and Minimize Disability in Later Life
2015-16 Seminars

  CHS Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series 2015-2016

Date

Speaker Affiliation

Title or Topic

10.8.15
12:00
Michael Deschenes, PhD
Professor and Chair
Kinesiology & Health Sciences
William and Mary The Effects of Aging on Neuromuscular Adaptations to Increased/Deceased Activity
11.2.15
12:00
Steve Broglio, PhD
Director, NeuroTrauma Research Laboratory
University of Michigan What is the long term risk of concussion? Data vs Fiction
12.7.15
4:00
Sarah L. Szanton, PhD, ANP, FAAN
Director, PhD in Nursing
Johns Hopkins Health disparities in older adults
1.25.16
4:00
Loretta DiPietro, PhD
Chair, Department of Exercise Science
George Washington University Physical activity in older adults
3.21.16
4:00
Jana Iverson, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychology
University of Pittsburgh Infant speech & motor development
4.5.16
4:00
Stella Volpe,  PhD, RD, LDN, FACSM
Professor and Chair
Nutrition Sciences Department
Drexel University Prevention of obesity & diabetes
*National Public Health Week
4.18.16
4:00
Janet E. Taylor, MD, MPH
Clinical instructor of psychiatry
(Foltyn Family Health Sciences Annual Lecture)
Columbia University — Harlem Hospital Culturally Sensitive Strategies to Improve Health Outcomes

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