Due to continuing power outages in Lower Manhattan, The New School will remain closed until Monday, November 5, therefore this event has been cancelled. Please check the events calendar should this be rescheduled.
Researchers discuss the ways that information design, social science,
and genetics can be used to inform decision making based on diagnostic
tests and environmental factors. Each researcher will discuss her career
- Lisa Rubin, assistant professor of Psychology, Gender Studies The New School for Public Engagement and The New School for Social Research.
- Katayoun Chamany, associate professor of Biology, Gender Studies, Eugene Lang College.
- Jessica Mozersky, author of Risky Genes, Post-doctoral Researcher of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania.
The Health Challenges for the 21K public programming series invites members of the university community to stay informed about initiatives and research surrounding health and wellness in our communities and the roles that each of us can play in promoting health equity in the age of new technologies, evolving healthcare programs, and changing natural, built, and social environments.
This event is sponsored by The New School for Social Research & Eugene Lang College's Department of Anthropology, the University Science Club; Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; and the New School Wellness and Health Promotion.