2016-2017 WKC-related presentations
The Wendy Klag Center hosts, co-hosts or promotes a number of seminars and talks within the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Heath. Here is a listing for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Wednesday, November 2
"Early Life Environments and Developmental Disorders: Role of Mother's Health," 12:15 to 1:20 p.m. in W2030 (Paige Hall). Department of Population, Family & Reproductive Health Wednesday seminar, featuring Mengying Li, MSPH, PhD candidate, and Kripa Raghavan, MPH, MSc, DrPH candidate. Ms. Raghavan's research has been supported by a grant from the Wendy Klag Center.
Wednesday, December 7
Daniel Almirall, PhD, of the University of Michigan, will present a second talk, "Adaptive Interventions and SMART Designs: Three Case Studies in Autism," at the Bloomberg School. The talk, sponsored by the Wendy Klag Center, will be from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. in Room 845 of Hampton House, 624 N. Broadway. Find out more about Almirall here. See an abstract of his talk here. Add event to Outlook calendar
Wednesday, March 1
Department of Mental Health noon seminar: Luke Kalb, DMH doctoral student, "Development and Psychometric Analysis of the Mental Health Crisis Assessment Scale in Youth with ASD." Hampton House auditorium
Wednesday, March 8
Department of Mental Health noon seminar: David Mandell, ScD, University of Pennsylvania. Title TBD. Hampton House auditorium
Wednesday, March 15
Department of Mental Health noon seminar: Amy Keefer, PhD, of Kennedy Krieger Institute. "Anxiety in Autism Spectrum Disorders." Hampton House auditorium.
Friday, March 17
Christine Ladd-Acosta, PhD, to speak at the Department of Epidemiology's departmental seminar. Details to come.
Tuesday, April 4
"The Effect of State Insurance Mandates on Pharmacological Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorders." Noon to 1 p.m., in Hampton House Room 688. Molly Candon, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, will present at aCenter for Health Services and Outcomes Research (CHSOR) seminar. Event is co-organized by the Wendy Klag Center and the Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research. Lunch will be provided. Add to Outlook calendar