SU's Center for Health and Behavior fall seminar series

This is an All-University Center committed to facilitating and supporting funded research on the behavioral aspects of health. The CHB Seminar Series is part of the Center's efforts to promote health-and-behavior research, and to strengthen collaborations on and off campus. This series is free and open to all.

All talks will take place from 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, located on the first floor of Bird Library.

Questions Rebecca Bostwick at 443-4629.

Friday, Sept. 11

"A Bioethics Perspective on Health Care"

Gregory L. Eastwood, MD

University Professor, State University of New York

Professor of Bioethics and Humanities and Professor of Medicine, Center for Bioethics and Humanities, SUNY Upstate Medical University. Past President, SUNY Upstate Medical University

Friday, Oct. 9

"Youth Violence Prevention"

Kara Williams, M.P.H.

Director of Operations, Bureau of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Onondaga County Health Department

Friday, Nov. 13

"Childhood Obesity: What is Evidence-Based Practice Telling Us?"

Kay Stearns Bruening, Ph.D.

Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition Science and Dietetics College of Human Ecology, Syracuse University

Friday, Dec 11t

"The Coming Epidemic of Cancer in Developing Countries: Breast Cancer Beliefs and Practice in Ethiopia"

Timothy Dye, Ph.D.

Professor, Public Health and Preventive Medicine

Director, Center for Research and Evaluation SUNY Upstate Medical University

The Center for Health and Behavior at Syracuse University is located at 716 East Washington St.

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