Upcoming A&S Seminars (Oct 23 & Nov 13)

Neuropsychological Society Distinguished Lecture Series: Evidence Based Cognitive Rehabilitation: Applications for Practice
October 23, 4:30-5:45 pm, GB 415
The Department of Psychology and the Roosevelt University Neuropsychological Society are hosting a lecture with J. Preston Harley, PhD, clinical neuropsychologist, titled Evidence Based Cognitive Rehabilitation: Applications for Practice. Dr. Harley is nationally recognized for his contributions to the evaluation and treatment of traumatic brain injuries. A Fellow of the NAN and Member of the INS, Dr. Harley is Principal Investigator for NIH funded research programs, serves as Chair of the State of Illinois ACSCHI and as a surveyor for the CARF. Open to all members of the Roosevelt community. RSVP to Professor Jerri Morris at jmorris@roosevelt.edu

RU Economics Seminar Series: Why Most Published Research Results are False
November 13, 4:30-6:00 pm, AUD 720
The Department of Economics is sponsoring a talk with Borko Jovanovic, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, titled Why Most Published Research Results are False. Professor Jovanovic is a biostatistician at with a focus on basic science, clinical trials, and epidemiology. The author of more than 85 scientific journal publications, on topics from breast cancer to translational medicine, Dr. Jovanovic has wide experience of areas where science goes right and where it goes wrong. He recently served as President of the American Statistical Association– Chicago Chapter. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Professor Steve Ziliak at sziliak@roosevelt.edu

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