SLU Researchers to Give 'Lightning' Talks with Mission St. Louis

10/31/2017

A group of SLU researchers from across the University will present short “lightning talks” as part of an event co-hosted by the Office of the Vice President for Research and Mission St. Louis.

The talks are scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 8, from 4 to 7 p.m. at Mission St. Louis’s headquarters at 3108 North Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63107.

The talks will cover a range of topics from the following speakers:

  • Jasmin Patel, SLU Research Strategy Group
  • Craig Rolling, Ph.D., Biostatistics and Epidemiology, “Estimation of Heterogeneous Treatment Effects.”
  • Monica Matthieu, Ph.D., Social Work, “Access to and Quality of Mental Health Services for Veterans.”
  • Jeremiah Weinstock, Ph.D., Psychology, “Behavioral Interventions for Addictions.”
  • Dixie Meyer, Ph.D., Medical Family Therapy, “Couples and Health.”
  • Mario Schootman, Ph.D., Epidemiology, “Importance of Neighborhood Conditions in Mental Health.”
  • Andrew Oberle, Oberle Institute, “Fostering Resilience in Trauma Patients.”
  • Kate Koch, Casa de Salud, “A Collaborative Approach to Mental Health.”
  • Marla Berg-Weger, Ph.D., Social Work, “SLU Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program.”

The talks aim to build relationships and partnerships.

The event is free. Registration is requested from those attending and for those who would like to speak.

For more information, contact SLU Research or call 314-977-7742.