Lunchtime seminars coming this fall
In October, STRIPED Postdoctoral Research Award winner, Emily Kroshus, ScD, will be presenting, “Winning at What Cost? Concussions, Disordered Eating, and the Culture of U.S. Collegiate Sport,” a talk on leading public health issues in collegiate athletics with a special focus on the widespread problems of sports concussions and eating disorders and the institutional pressures that exacerbate the risks for young athletes. Please join us on Friday, October 17, 2014, from 12:30pm-1:20pm in FXB G-13 at the Harvard School of Public Health. This talk is co-sponsored by STRIPED and the HSPH Health Communications Concentration.
In November, Kerstin Blomquist, PhD, from Furman University will be presenting, “Evidence-based Policy Solutions to Prevent Eating Disorders: Should We Place Warning Labels on Fashion Advertisements?,” a talk on the intersection of policy and eating disorders prevention. Please join us on Monday, November 10, 2014, from 12:30-1:20pm in FXB G-11 at the Harvard School of Public Health. This talk is co-sponsored by STRIPED and the PEACH Lab.