Join us for a talk from Nancy Schoenberg, PhD, of the University of Kentucky. This event is part of the Center for Health Economics & Policy’s Seminar Series, which invites leaders in the field of health economics and policy to speak on a variety of relevant and timely topics.
Registration is required.
In-person attendees will be expected to follow WashU’s public health requirements and any other guidelines deemed necessary. The event will take place in Brown Lounge in Brown Hall. View directions and parking information.
Virtual attendees will receive the Zoom webinar link a few days prior to the event.
About the speaker
Marion Pearsall Professor; Associate Dean for Research College of Public Health; Director of Center for Health Equity Transformation
University of Kentucky
Dr. Schoenberg’s research involves addressing health inequities, particularly among rural residents and other underserved populations, using community-based participatory research strategies and intervention trials. A medical anthropologist and gerontologist by background, Dr. Schoenberg and her academic and community partners focus on prevention and control of diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, and other chronic conditions.
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