This month's research seminar features faculty and staff from the Duke Global Health Institute who will discuss aspects of the Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) Program. Dr. Deondra Rose from the Sanford School of Public Policy will be the discussant.
Dr. Sara LeGrand speaks on:
-The Duke SGM Health Program
-Snapshots of Current Projects
-Development of the SGM Health Best Practices Knowledgebase
Dr. Hy Huynh speaks on:
-SGM Health Policy Work
-Development of the SGM Health Policy Database Website
Ms. Ashley Blewitt-Golsch speaks on:
-SGM Health Student Engagement and Research at Duke
-Commitment to Responsible Community Outreach and Inclusion
Dr. Kate Whetten speaks on:
-Research Priorities of the SGM Health Program
-Opportunities for Collaboration with Population Health
-NIH funding Opportunities
When: Thursday, Jan. 28, 3:30-5:00PM
Where: Zoom https://duke.zoom.us/j/92488659532
About Our Speakers
Dr. LeGrand conducts social and behavioral research related to HIV prevention and care.
Ms. Blewitt-Golsch supports research that examines and addresses health disparities faced by Sexual and Gender Minorities.
Dr. Huynh's research focuses on child protection and inclusion and child and adolescent mental health, particularly for marginalized youth populations.
Dr. Whetten's research looks at understanding health disparities focusing on life course events and social/environmental factors.