Addressing economic determinants of HIV vulnerabilities in high-risk young adults

133 Rosenau Hall (Joan Heckler Gillings Auditorium) Rosenau Hall, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Visiting from Indiana University SPH, Dr. Larissa Jennings Mayo-Wilson's research focuses on using economic-strengthening interventions, mobile health technologies, and applied behavioral economics to improve sexual and reproductive health (SRH), including... Read more »

Women’s Healthcare Professionals Panel

Women’s Healthcare Professionals Panel hosted by Carolina BEBEs Nov. 17, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Join the Carolina Bebes—Birth & Breastfeeding Evidence-Based Education and Support group for a panel discussion on women's healthcare... Read more »

Marijuana Legalization: Brain Science, Community Impact and Risk Prevention

All are invited to register for this free symposium on the topic of marijuana legalization on Feb. 22. Representatives from basic science and community-based prevention will discuss strategies to respond appropriately to spreading changes in state policies. Participants will learn from Colorado's experience with legalization and also discuss North Carolina's current strategy. Learn more and... Read more »

The impact of sleeping and waking behaviors on maternal health during pregnancy

Please join NC TraCS for a CTSA Grand Rounds seminar, "The impact of sleeping and waking behaviors on maternal health during pregnancy," with Marquis Hawkins, PhD. He will discuss his work on sleep health characteristics and gestational weight gain. Hawkins is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Epidemiology at the University of Pittsburgh and... Read more »

Mobilizing African American Mothers through Empowerment

0003/0004 Michael Hooker Research Center Michael Hooker Research Center, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join the Gillings Student Government Association (SGA) to learn more about Racism and Maternal and Child Health Outcomes. This recorded lecture will be provided by Mobilizing African American Mothers through... Read more »