The West Virginia University School of Public Health presented the first Get to Know a School of Public Health Researcher forum Sept. 7 at the Health Sciences Center.
Five faculty members discussed their research interests and the current and future direction of their projects. View their talks:
- Tom Bias, Health Research Center/Health Policy, Management and Leadership; "Working at the Intersection of Health and Community Development"
- Ian Rockett, Epidemiology/WVU Injury Control Research Center; "Challenging Conventional Injury Mortality Classification: Some Insights"
- Kimberly Rauscher, Occupational and Environmental Health Sciences/WVU Injury Control Research Center; "Adolescent Occupational Injury"
- Christa Lilly, Biostatistics; "Use of Psychometric Methods for Assessing Child Health and Development"
- Alfgeir Kristjansson, Social and Behavioral Sciences; "Integrated Community Engagement (ICE) Collaborative"