Breakout Sessions: Recap-Videos
Kristen D. Krause, PhD, MPH
Instructor, Department of Urban-Global Public Health at Rutgers School of Public Healthions.
Discussing the role of firearms in occurrences of interpersonal violence among gay, bisexual and other sexual minority men and transgender women. View her presentation here.
Rachel L. Choron, MD FACS
Assistant Professor Of Surgery at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Discussing the impact of initiating a hospital violence intervention program on socioeconomic outcomes among patients with injuries secondary to gun violence. View her presentation here.
Ping-Hsin Chen, PhD, M.A.
Associate Professor- Research, RJMS Department of Family Medicine at Rutgers University.
Violence Outreach Intervention (VOICE): Reducing interpersonal gun violence in New Jersey cities. View her presentation here.
Devon Ziminski, MS
Senior Research Project Admin. at Sen. Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs; Rutgers University.
City of Camden Homicide and Interpersonal Violence Case Analysis. View her presentation here.
Darrin Aase, PhD, ABPP-CN
Associate Professor; Clinical Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Health at the Ohio State University.
Discussing decision-making and cognitive processes among protective firearm owners. View his presentation here.
Brad Schmidt, PhD
Distinguished Research Professor; Director, Anxiety and Behavioral Health Clinic, Florida State University.
An experimental examination of dangerous firearm-related behaviors. View his presentation here.
Hannah Szlyk, PhD, LCSW
Assistant Professor Assistant Professor, Rutgers School of Social Work at Rutgers University.
Preventing firearm suicide by phone: An examination of means safety practices across US crisis centers. View her presentation here.
GVRC Doc. Students
Our doctoral students work alongside the Leadership Team and Postdoctoral students on GVRC research projects.
Presenting student research at the New Jersey Gun Violence Research Center. View their presentation here.
Fatima Elgammal, MD
Post-doc. fellow – Div. of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Dept of Surgery, NJ Med School to the next level.
Discussing research on non-fatal firearm injuries. View her presentation here.
Aleks Karnick, PhD
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student for the Dept of Psychology; University of Southern Mississippi
A geographically weighted analysis of suicide and self-injury trauma admissions in New York State. View his presentation here.