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Bioengineering in Psychiatry Speaker Series: Sarah Pedersen, PhD

Integrating environmental and individual factors to understand health inequities in alcohol problems for Black people

Sarah Pedersen, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Psychology

This presentation will give an overview of Dr. Pedersen’s line of research focused on understanding health inequities in alcohol problems. She will be presenting three separate studies that integrate widely studied predictors of alcohol problems that bridge both laboratory-based and naturalistic assessments.

About Sarah Pederson
Dr. Pedersen is a licensed clinical psychologist with a long-standing interest in treating and researching problematic substance use. Her primary research interests are focused on examining differences in how people experience the effects of alcohol in relation to decisions made while drinking and substance use behavior over time. She has integrated personality characteristics, environmental factors, and cognitions within this line of research to understand when and why people are at risk for alcohol problems.

Monday, July 26 at 12:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

Bioengineering in Psychiatry Speaker Series: Sarah Pedersen, PhD

Integrating environmental and individual factors to understand health inequities in alcohol problems for Black people

Sarah Pedersen, PhD
Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Psychology

This presentation will give an overview of Dr. Pedersen’s line of research focused on understanding health inequities in alcohol problems. She will be presenting three separate studies that integrate widely studied predictors of alcohol problems that bridge both laboratory-based and naturalistic assessments.

About Sarah Pederson
Dr. Pedersen is a licensed clinical psychologist with a long-standing interest in treating and researching problematic substance use. Her primary research interests are focused on examining differences in how people experience the effects of alcohol in relation to decisions made while drinking and substance use behavior over time. She has integrated personality characteristics, environmental factors, and cognitions within this line of research to understand when and why people are at risk for alcohol problems.

Monday, July 26 at 12:00 p.m.

Virtual Event

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