2015-2014 Presentations

*  Denotes former or current GWU students  
** Denotes GWU Postdoc


2015

Aguayo-Romero*, R.A. (2015, April). A latent class analysis of contextual risk factors associated with HIV among transgender women. Oral presentation to be presented at the 2015 National Transgender Health Summit. Oakland, CA.

Aguayo-Romero*, R.A., & Alizaga, N.M. (2015, April). Transgender-related harassment and bullying in school-based settings. Poster presentation to be presented at the 2015 National Transgender Health Summit. Oakland, CA.

Calabrese*, S.K., Dovidio, J.F., Underhill, K., Earnshaw, V., & Hansen, N.B. (2015, January). Differences in public attitudes toward HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis, (PrEP) for Black MSM vs. the general population and the implications of prejudice. Presented at the 12th Annual African American MSM Leadership Conference on HIV and Other Health Disparities, Atlanta, GA.

Catanzarite, Z., Lyons*, S., & Le, H. N. (2015, March).  Postpartum depression mediates the impact of social support on father-child engagement for at risk Latino fathers.  Paper presented as part of a symposium (Le, chair) on the psychological well-being of fathers, at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Men and Masculinities, New York, NY.

Edwards, L. M., & Le, H. N. (2015, April). Perinatal mental health among Latinas: Current research and practice implications. Poster presented at the Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care Conference.  Appleton, WI.

Joseph, H. L., Le, H. N., & Perry, D. F. (2015, April). The relationship between maternal weight pre-pregnancy, weight gain during pregnancy and risk for early childhood obesity in Latina immigrant women. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Women's Health Congress. Washington, D.C.

Lyons*, S., Waters, D., & Le, H. N. (2015, March).  Stress and resilience in low-income African-American and Latino adolescent fathers.  Paper presented as part of a symposium (Le, chair) on the psychological well-being of fathers, at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Men and Masculinities, New York, NY. 

Nakamura*, N. (2015, April). Research is personal. Invited presentation at the LGBTQ Scholars of Color Conference, New York, NY.

Nakamura*, N. (2015, March). United by love, divided by law: Same-sex binational couples and the impact of DOMA. Invited Presentation at Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, Claremont, CA.

Nettles*, C., Weinstein, T., Harper, G.W., & Aguayo-Romero*, R.A. (2015, June). Cyber Mentoring: A technology-oriented approach to professional development across long distances. Roundtable discussion at the Society for Community Research and Action 15th Biennial Conference, Lowell, MA.

Nieves-Lugo**, K., del Rio-Gonzalez*, A.M., Oursler, K.K., Leaf, D., Tindle, H., Fiellin, D., … Zea, M.C. (2015, June). The association of smoking status and race with physical function in HIV-infected and uninfected patients in the Veterans Aging Cohort Study. Oral and poster presentation at National Hispanic Science Network Fifteenth Annual International Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Nieves-Lugo**, K. & Zea, M.C. (2015, August). Sexual exile among gay and bisexual Latino immigrants in New York City. In N. Nakamura (Chair), Giving voice to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender immigrant experiences in the United States. Symposium conducted at the 2015 American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Ontario.

Ortiz-Hernandez*, S., & Le, H. N. (2015, March).  Transition to parenthood: Mental health and masculinity among Latino men.  Paper presented as part of a symposium (Le, chair) on the psychological well-being of fathers, at the annual meeting of the International Conference on Men and Masculinities, New York, NY.

Reed, CR., García*, L.I., Slusser, M., & Konowitz, S.  (2015, June). Assessment of values & ethics competency in a Bachelor of Health Science (BSHS) Program based on the core competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice (IPCP): A mixed methods approach. Mixed Methods International Research Association Regional Conference at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
 


2014

Alizaga*, N.M. (2014, November). Does income moderate the discrimination-health relation among transmen and gender non-conforming assigned females at birth? Poster presentation delivered at the 142nd American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Aurora*, M., Lieberman*, K., & Le, H. N. (2014, April).  A systematic literature review of cognitive-behavioral therapy group prevention interventions for depression in adolescence. Poster presented at the annual GWU Undergraduate Research Conference, Washington DC.

Calabrese*, S.K., Meyer, I.H., Overstreet, N.M., Haile, R., & Hansen, N.B. (2014, November). Discrimination and mental health among Black lesbian, gay, and bisexual women: Evidence for triple jeopardy. Presented at the 2014 American Public Health Association 142nd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Genovez*, M. G., Le, H .N., & Zea, M. C. (2014, September). Sources of social support and prenatal depression in Salvadoran women in the United States and in El Salvador. Poster presented at the First Annual Avance Latino Health Disparities Conference, Washington, DC.

Gonzales*, F. del Rio Gonzales*, A.M., Raffaelli, M., Zea, M.C. (2014, March). Substance use among children of Latino immigrants. Poster to be presented at the 2014 Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Austin, TX

Kassan, A., Nakamura*, N., & Suehn, M. (2014, June). “I was just happy because I knew I could put my suitcase in the closet and I was home”: Same-sex binational couples and resiliency. Symposium presentation at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Le, H. N. (2014, November).  Prevention of perinatal depression in low-income Latinas in the United States.  Paper presented at the symposium (chair) on the Prevention of perinatal depression: International perspectives. 3rd Iberoamerican Congress of Health Psychology, Seville, Spain.

Le, H. N., Perry, D. F., & Yengo, J. (2014, September). Preventing perinatal depression in low-income Latinas: Lessons learned from an academic and community partnership. Symposium presented at the First Annual Avance Latino Health Disparities Conference, Washington, DC.

Lo*, S.C. (2014, March). Does food labeling affect food decisions?  Presented at the Symposium on Consumer Behavior and Food Science Innovations for Optimal Nutrition, New York, NY.

Lyons*, S. H., Le, H. N., & Catanzarite, Z. (2014, August). The relationship between postpartum depressive symptoms and family outcomes in Latino fathers. Poster presented at the 122nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Lyons*, S., Waters*, D., & Le, H. N. (April, 2014). The psychological well-being of African American and Latino adolescent fathers.  Poster presented at the annual GWU Undergraduate Research Conference, Washington DC. [poster won first prize in the Social Science category 2]

Nieves-Lugo**, K., Sorkin, J, Hoffman, H. Tate, J., Brown, T., Crothers, K., … Oursler, K. (2014, October). Effect of chronic pulmonary lung disease on the decline in physical function in HIV infected and uninfected veterans in the Veterans Aging Cohort Study. Presented in the 5th International Workshop on HIV & Aging, Baltimore, Maryland. 

Perry, D. F., & Le, H. N. (2014, June). Preventing perinatal depression: The Mothers and Babies Course.  Paper presented at the World Association of Infant Mental Health Association, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Reed, C.R., García*, L., Slusser, M. & Konowitz, S.  (October, 2014). A novel assessment strategy to measure the values/ethics core competency in a generic pre-professional health science program. 2014 ASAHP National Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Slusser, M., García*, L. & Reed, C.R. (October, 2014). Measuring IP core competencies in a generic pre-professional health science program. ASAHP National Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Zea, M.C. (2014, August). Navigating identities in different contexts.  In Morales, E. (Chair). LGBT people of color: Histories and conversations with pioneers. Symposium to be presented at the 122nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.