Dr. David R. Williams is internationally recognized as a leading social scientist, enhancing the understanding of the complex ways in which race, racial discrimination, socioeconomic status and religious involvement can affect physical and mental health. The Everyday Discrimination scale that he developed is currently one of the most widely used measures. He is the author of more than 300 scholarly papers in scientific journals and edited collections and has played a visible, national leadership role in raising awareness levels of the problem of health disparities.
David R. Williams, Ph.D.; Florence Sprague Norman and Laura Smart Norman
Professor of Public Health (Harvard School of Public Health); and Professor of African and African American Studies (Harvard University)
Scott Long, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Statistics, Indiana University
- Are you a principal investigator of a research project who wants to make your analyses more efficient?
- Are you concerned about making your results replicable? Are you a graduate student struggling to finish your dissertation?
- Do you want to streamline the process of organizing, analyzing, replicating, and communicating your research?
If so, you can’t afford to miss this talk.
Judith Crowell, MD
Professor and Director of Training, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Stony Brook University and Senior Scientist, Judge Baker Children’s Center, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Judith Crowell is a child psychiatrist and researcher with expertise in family relationships, stress and adversity and mental health. Her research includes attachment relationships and relationships and representations across the life span and the impact of attachment and childhood adversity on adult physical and mental health.