PRCHN Seminar Series

The PRCHN Seminars aim to foster conversations and new collaborations, create opportunities to address health concerns, and aid in the work to achieve health equity in our communities. This year, our seminars will feature presentations by researchers and partners focused on community-engaged work that aims to improve health in historically underserved communities. We welcome all community members and organizations, CWRU staff, faculty, and students to join us via Zoom.  To view topics and videos from previous sessions, please visit here. 

2021-2022 Seminar Series Calendar

Topics and speakers are subject to change. Note that there is no seminar in July or August. Please check back for more updates as presentations in 2021 are finalized. 

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  • February 9th: All Eyes on Us: Community-based perspectives on eye health and vision care in Cleveland

    Dr. Jessica Cooke Bailey, PhD, MA | Assistant Professor, School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University

  • March 9th: FreshFinder, An Interactive Food Access Map

    Dr. Elaine Borawski, Angela Bowen Williams Professor of Community Nutrition, Case Western Reserve University

  • April 13th: Black Men's Health, Racism and Respectful Engagement

    Dr. Craig Fryer, Associate Professor in Behavioral and Community Health at University of Maryland School of Public Health

  • May 11th: Food Insecurity and Tobacco Cessation

    Dr. Jin Kim-Mozeleski, PhD | Assistant Professor, Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences, School of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University

  • June 8th: Asthma & Social Determinants of Health

    Dr. Sarah Ronis, MD MPH | Director of the University Hospitals Rainbow Center for Child Health & Policy


During the COVID-19 pandemic, all PRCHN Research Seminar Series takes place on the second Wednesday of the month from 12:00 – 1:00 pm via Zoom . When in-person meetings and events resume, seminars take place in the B-03 PRCHN Meeting Room, BioEnterprise Building, 11000 Cedar Avenue, Cleveland. All seminars are free and open to the public.