Several ISGMH staff members recently presented posters at the 14th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day hosted by the Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine. Research Day is a campus-wide event promoting professional and academic development by providing staff and faculty with a platform to showcase their emerging research.
With the support of ISGMH faculty, ten ISGMH staff members presented posters at Research Day:
- Louisa Baidoo, research assistant: Race and Gender Identity Disparities Among Sexual and Gender Minorities
- Kitty Buehler, research study coordinator: Characteristics of Mentors Identified by a Sample of Young MSM
- Antonia Clifford, project director: Partner violence profiles among sexual minority men & transgender women
- Shariell Crosby, research study assistant: Negative Impacts of Traumatic Experiences in a SGM AFAB Sample
- Ashley Kraus, postdoctoral fellow: Descriptive analyses of SGM youth healthcare experiences
- Yamari Lewis, previous ISGMH intern: Does Bisexual pride buffer the impact of stigma on depression?
- Maggie Matson, research study coordinator: SGM Youth’s Attitudes toward Research Participation: Race/Ethnicity and Geographic Differences
- Julia Napolitano, research assistant: Partner Gender & PrEP effects on Condomless Sex among YMSM
- Roky Truong, research coordinator: Repeat Positivity following Rectal Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Diagnosis in YMSM
- Arielle Zimmerman, research assistant: The Link between Monosexism and Depression in Sexual Minority Youth
Congratulations to all ISGMH staff who represented the Institute at Research Day!