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UMD-PRC SEMINAR SERIES: Alison Cerezo, UC Santa Barbara

Centering Race in LGBTQ+ Women's Health Research: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches to Capturing Intersectional Livid Experience
When May 06, 2022
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Where Online
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In this talk for UMD Prevention Research Center, Dr. Cerezo will share recent community-partnered research projects that explore how intersectional discrimination impacts mental health and substance use among racial and ethnically diverse LGBTQ+ communities. Cerezo will also discuss intersectional approaches to health equity research, including qualitative and quantitative work.

The UMD-PRC Seminar Series is our internal-facing educational opportunity for those in the UMD community looking to learn more about LGBTQ+ related research. Keep an eye out for our webinar series, which is external-facing and geared more towards LGBTQ+ mental health related practice! 

Speaker: Dr. Alison Cerezo

Dr. Alison Cerezo is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology at University of California Santa Barbara. Dr. Cerezo also directs the Social & Health Equity Lab at UCSB where she leads her team in carrying out community-partnered qualitative, quantitative and mixed methodologies in the U.S. and Mexico. Dr. Cerezo is also the lead strategy evaluator for the LGBTQ+ Health Disparities Project, a statewide initiative to foster health equity among LGBTQ+ women and non-binary Californians. 

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