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DMH Wednesday Noon Seminar Series 2018-19

The Department of Mental Health Wednesday seminars are open to faculty, staff and students of the Johns Hopkins community.  The seminars are held in the Hampton House Lecture Hall (B14B) at 12:15 PM, unless otherwise stated.

September 5, 2018
Center Overviews: Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse/Center for Mental Health Addiction Policy Research
Elizabeth Letourneau, PhD
; Professor | Elizabeth Stuart, PhD; Professor
Department of Mental Health
View CMHAPR Presentation by Dr. Stuart
View Moore Center Presentation by Dr. Letourneau

September 12, 2018
Center Overviews: Center for Adolescent Health/Urban Health Institute/Center for Prevention of Youth Violence; Urban Health Institute; East Baltimore Community Trauma Response
Tamar Mendelson, PhD; Associate Professor/Philip J. Leaf, PhD; Professor
Department of Mental Health
View Center for Adolescent Health by Dr. Mendelson
View Center for Youth Violence/UHI/East Balto Community Trauma Response by Dr. Leaf

September 19, 2018
Center Overviews: Center for Aging and Health (COAH)/Wendy Klag Center (WKC)

Michelle Carlson, PhD; Associate Professor/Heather Volk, PhD; Associate Professor
Department of Mental Health
View COAH Presentation by Dr. Carlson
View WKC Presentation by Dr. Volk

October 3, 2018
Emerging Communication Research on Substance Use Disorders and Implications for Policy

Alene Kennedy-Hendricks, PhD
Assistant Scientist
Department of Health Policy and Management
Seminar Co-sponsored with Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research (CMHAPR)

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October 17, 2018
Integrating Communication Research and Tobacco Regulatory Science – Implications for Policy and Practice
Andy Tan, PhD
Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Seminar Co-sponsored with Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research (CMHAPR)
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October 24, 2018
The Effects of Messaging on Social Stigma and Support for Punitive Policies toward Individuals with Prior Drug Convictions: Results from a Randomized Experiment
Sachini Bandara, PhD;
Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Health Policy and Management Bloomberg School of Public Health
Seminar Co-sponsored with Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research (CMHAPR)
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