The Social and Behavioral Research Branch (SBRB) Seminar Series is a semi-annual lecture. Its purpose is to bring distinguished researchers whose work sits at the interaction of genomics and the social and behavioral sciences to speak to the NIH community.
Informing the Translation of Genetic and Genomic Information with Communication Research
University of Utah
23andMe's Customer-Powered Research
Joanna Mountain, Ph.D.
Senior Director of Research, 23andMe
Integrating Genetics and Social Science: The Promises of Polygenic Scores
Jeremy Freese, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology
An exercise trial targeting African-American women with MetS and at increased risk for breast cancer
Lucile Adams-Campbell, Ph.D.
Associate Director, Minority Health & Health Disparities Research
Professor of Oncology
Lombardy Comprehensive Cancer Center
Infusing health communication into parental decision making related to genomic sequencing in newborns and young children: The NC NEXUS Study
Megan Lewis, Ph.D.
Program Director, Patient & Family Engagement Research
Last Updated: October 10, 2018