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Seminars are free and open to the public, held at the STAR Atrium; light refreshments are provided.

CHS Distinguished Scholars Lecture Series 2016-2017

Date   Speaker Affiliation Title or Topic

09.01.16
12:00 pm

 Tsuzuki pic Daisuki Tsuzuki, PhD
Assistant Professor
National Institute of Technology
Yuge College, Japan MRI-Free Spatial Registration and Normalization Techniques for fNIRS

10.10.16
12:00 pm

 Barbara Ainsworth pic 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

 Jacobs photo Barry Jacobs, PsyD
Clinical Psychologist
Crozer-Keystone Health System  TBD

February
TBD

March
TBD

April
TBD

May
TBD
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