Family Population and Preventive Medicine Seminar Series

Family Population and Preventive Medicine Seminar Series 2022-2023

November 9, 2022 How do we want to be monitored for health?
  Ye Fan, PhD; Song Han, PhD Describe current state of individual and population research for health monitoring
  Jie Gao, PhD Describing the role for data analytics and artificial intelligence assisted analytics for interpreting health monitoring data
  Ting Wang, PhD Describing different methods for identity protection of health monitoring data before sharing
  Ye Fan, PhD Debating the ethics of collection, sharing, and ownership of data collected for monitoring health
February 8, 2023

Mental Health Uupdate in the Era of COVID- With a Closer Look at Youth & Emerging Adults

  Jaymie Meliker, PhD; Andrew Schwartz, PhD Novel Methods for Tracking Community Level Sentiment
  Adria Gerber, PsyD; Allisson Nahmias, PhD Closer look at children and adolescents from SB Outpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Practice
  Melissa Bessaha, PhD Review of Mental Health in Young Adults and Barriers to Care
Family Population and Preventive Medicine Seminar Series 2021-2022


October 13, 2021 Healthcare for Patients with Long COVID
  Fred Friedberg, PhD Typical course of post-acute COVID symptoms
  Jenna Paladino, PhD Socioemotional experiences of patients with long COVID
  Farah Haq, MD Challenges in obtaining workers compensation covereage for long COVID
February 9, 2022

Reaching Underserved Communities and Racism as a Social Determinant of Health

  Hector Alcala, PhD Racism as a social determinant of health
  Linda Mermelstein, MD Cancer Center Community Activities
  Sean Clouston, PhD Community Engagement- CTSA Application
  Michelle Ballan, PhD LEND Grant
April 13, 2022 Healthy Environment- Healthy People
  Jaymie Meliker, PhD Public Health aspects of the Stony Brook Governor's Island Proposal
  Pat Wright, PhD Environmental Changes (plants, people, primates)
Family Population and Preventive Medicine Seminar Series 2020-2021





February 1, 2021 Food Insecurity and Social Determinants of Health in the Era of COVID
  Hector Alcala, PhD; Elinor Schoenfeld, PhD

·       Current prevalence of food insecurity and risk factors contributing to it due to pandemic and economic crisis

  Arcan Hrisanti, PhD; Iris Granek, MD, MS Ways to discuss food related insecurity with patients, students, and colleagues
  Arcan Hrisanti, PhD; Hector Alcala, PhD; Elinor Schoenfeld, PhD Resources available to patients, neighbours, students about food availability including prepared meals
May 21, 2021

Occupational & Environmental Medicine Facets of the COVID Pandemic

  Paolo Boffetta, PhD Determinants of COVID infection in healthcare workers
  Jaymie Meliker, PhD Surveillance of COVID infection and relationship to risk in the general population
  Jaymie Meliker, PhD Environmental changes that occured during the COVID-19 pandemic and how they may impact human health and well-being


Family Population and Preventive Medicine Seminar Series 2017-2018
March 10, 2019 Yuri Jadotte, MD, PhD, MPH
The Emerging Identity of the Preventive Medicine Specialty: A Model for the Population Health Transition
April 10, 2019

Erica Diminich, PhD

WTC cohort
May 8, 2019 Anissa Abi-Dargham, MD Research field: schizophrenia and addiction