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Tech Tuesday Talks

Tech Tuesday Talks is a monthly seminar series bringing together researchers from across the USC campus who share interest in technology-assisted health promotion and disease prevention interventions and research.  The series presents a forum to learn about one another’s work, spark collaborations as well as to introduce students to the ongoing research conducted on the USC campus which incorporates technology in health promotion.  All interested faculty and students are invited to attend.  The event is free and open to the public.

Tech Tuesday Talks are presented on the fourth Tuesday of the month in Discovery I Building, Room 140 at noon.  Lunch will be available for the first 20 arrivals and you may also bring your own lunch with you. For more information contact Karen Magradey at (803) 777-3471 or magradey@mailbox.sc.edu.


February 27, 2018

Topic:  

A Distance and Technology-Based Translation of the Look AHEAD Intensive Lifestyle Intervention

Speaker: 

Becca Krukowski, PhD

Becca Krukowski, PhD is an Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Krukowski will present findings from a remotely-delivered dissemination of the Look AHEAD intensive lifestyle intervention, adapted for the unique culture and needs of the active duty military population.  The presentation will highlight the opportunities, challenges and some technology-based solutions in implementing this intervention in this population.