The Department of Community and Health Behavior's brown bag lectures present speakers offering a broad range of research ideas and community activities, in service to improve the health of populations, communities, and people.
We have wrapped up our spring 2022 series! Fall 2022 lectures will be posted prior to the semester. For questions, please contact Jennifer Turkovich, department coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doctoral candidate, Gloria Aidoo-Frimpong, presents her dissertation defense titled: Exploring the Acceptability and Potential Use of Oral Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Prevention Among Ghanaian Immigrants in the United States of America.
Doctoral candidate, Amanda Ziegler, presents her dissertation defense titled: Adolescent Eating Autonomy: Defining and Measuring a Novel Construct to Assess Adolescents’ Autonomous Eating Behaviors.
Dr. Ashare, associate professor in the Department of Psychology at UB, presents her current research:
Determinants and outcomes of tobacco and cannabis use in the context of medical comorbidities.
Doctoral candidate, Christina Kasprzak, presents her dissertation defense titled: Evaluation of pre-implementation capacity and implementation effectiveness of an evidence-based intervention for mobile produce markets.
Doctoral candidate, Danielle Smith, presents her dissertation defense titled, Adult Co-Use of Cannabis and Nicotine: Multiple perspectives on a complex phenomenon.
Community Health and Health Behavior adjunct instructor, Dean S. Seneca, presents: Raising Awareness of American Indian/Alaska Native Health Disparities: Addressing social determinants and promoting health equity.
Doctoral candidate, Jessica O'Neill, presents her dissertation defense titled: Financial scarcity, eating self-regulation, and obesity.
To view other previously recorded student and faculty presentations, visit Community Health and Health Behavior on YouTube.