How we last: Notes on sustaining evidence-based interventions in global settings

How we last: Notes on sustaining evidence-based interventions in global settings

Tuesday, April 16, 2024

11:00am-12:30pm

909 S. Wolcott Ave, COMRB Room 2175, If you cannot attend in person, a zoom link is available.

Register in advance: https://go.uic.edu/CDIS_Colloquium_April2024

 

Juliet Iwelunmor, PhD

Professor of Medicine, Associate Director for Global Health and Dissemination

Washington University School of Medicine

Dr. Juliet Iwelunmor is a Professor of Medicine and an Associate Director for Global Health and Dissemination at Washington University School of Medicine. A passionate advocate for health equity and sustainability, Dr. Iwelunmor is widely regarded for understanding how to make evidence-based interventions last, reshaping the focus on community engagement using participatory research, improving the dissemination of health information, while amplifying the voices of young people in health interventions. She combines more than a decade of authority and leadership in the use of dissemination and implementation science to deliver cutting-edge health programs that create tangible impact.

Prior to joining WUSM, Dr. Iwelunmor has served as a Professor at Saint Louis University and the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. From 2010-2013, she worked as a program specialist for the intersectoral platform on HIV at UNESCO in Paris, France. A graduate of Penn State University, where she earned her doctorate in Bio-behavioral Health, with a minor in Demography and began her grant-writing journey as an NICHD F-31 pre-doctoral scholar

 

Access information: This event will take place in person with an optional zoom link. To request accommodations such as ASL or captioning, or an advance copy of the materials please contact Claire Corcoran at cbridg4@uic.edu or (312)355-1857