Dr. Haslyn Hunte, assistant professor in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Injury Control Research Center internal faculty affiliate, has been invited to give a talk Jan. 13 at the National Institutes of Health Biomedical Research Center in Baltimore. Hunte's presentation, which will look at behavioral coping and physiologic responses to perceived discrimination, is part of a monthly National Institute of Aging seminar series.

The Health Disparities Research Section of the Laboratory of Epidemiology and Population Sciences at the NIA sponsors the series, which provides an important opportunity for the NIA intramural research program "to be exposed to eminent scientists in the field and learn state-of-the-art science from the perspective of nationally recognized experts," according to organizers.