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9/13/2019: “Where Do We Go from Here? Incorporating Genetics into Social Science and Health Research in the GWAS Era” Jessica Faul, Associate Research Scientist at the Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research. (University of Michigan)
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9/20/2019: “Engaging Family Members to Support Maternal and Child Nutrition.” Stephanie Martin, Assistant Professor of Nutrition. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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9/27/2019: “Live Births and Fertility amidst the Zika Epidemic.” Leticia Marteleto, Associate Professor of Sociology. (University of Texas at Austin)
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10/4/2019: “Dying for Gold: Health, Environmental, and Social impacts of Artisanal Gold Mining.” William Pan, Associate Professor of Global Environmental Health. (Duke University)
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10/11/2019: “The Philadelphia beverage tax: Changes in prices and sales.” Sara Bleich, Professor of Public Health Policy. (Harvard University)
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10/25/2019: “Uncovering Treatment Effect Heterogeneity using Machine Learning.” Jennie Brand, Professor of Sociology & Statistics. (UCLA)
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11/1/2019: “Power Estimation for Hypothesis Tests Commonly Used in Social Science.” Chris Wiesen, Social Science Research, Odum Institute. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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11/8/2019: “Health warning labels: Applying behavioral science experiments to inform public policy.” Marissa Hall, Department of Health Behavior. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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11/15/2019: “Family Migration and Educational Aspirations: Preliminary results from the first wave of the Family Migration and Early Life Outcomes (FAMELO) Project.” Jennifer Glick.
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11/22/2019: “The Social Life of the Immune System: Bi-Directional Links between Social Experiences and Inflammation.” Keely Muscatell, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience. (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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