Prominent Epidemiologist Sandro Galea Speaks at GSU

Sandro Galea, M.D., Dr.P.H., Chairperson of Epidemiology at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health will present “The Urban Brain: How Urban Environments Affect How We Think, Behave, and Feel” at the GSU Partnership for Urban Health Research Annual Lecture.

Wednesday, April 18, 2012
11:30 am to 12:45 pm

Speaker’s Auditorium, GSU Student Center

“Dr. Galea is widely published on many subjects related to urban health.  He has conducted research on mental disorders, health disparities, and the effects of large-scale traumatic events.  His research following 9/11 has become an important source for understanding the health  of people who have been exposed to traumatic stressors.”

You may find his books here at the Georgia State University Library:

Follow the links below to read some of his articles.

Learn more about Urban Health through the Institute for Public Health’s Partnership for Urban Health Research website and through the Library’s Research Guide.

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One Response to Prominent Epidemiologist Sandro Galea Speaks at GSU

  1. In retrospect this was an excellent talk. I was lucky enough to have studied under Dr.Galea while he taught at the University of Michigan.