Reaching out through the Behavioral Sciences: Multidisciplinary Research
Using Media & Technology

Wednesday, November 30

2 PM - 4 PM

Dean's Suite
USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA)
900 W. 34th St, Fourth Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2211"/> Reaching out through the Behavioral Sciences: Multidisciplinary Research
Using Media & Technology

Wednesday, November 30

2 PM - 4 PM

Dean's Suite
USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA)
900 W. 34th St, Fourth Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2211">

Reaching out through the Behavioral Sciences: Multidisciplinary Research Using Media & Technology

November 30, 2011, 2-4pm

SCA Dean's Suite, 4th floor

Reaching out through the Behavioral Sciences: Multidisciplinary Research
Using Media & Technology


Wednesday, November 30
2 PM - 4 PM
Dean's Suite
USC School of Cinematic Arts (SCA)
900 W. 34th St, Fourth Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90089-2211

MENTORING OBJECTIVE:

To promote awareness and provide prototypes for behavioral health (and
other) research pursuits that depend on and require the multidisciplinary
cooperation of experts from disparate settings within and without USC. The
curriculum will include training in cross disciplinary project planning,
logistics and funding techniques.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Linda Mayes, M.D., Arnold Gesell Professor of Child
Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Psychology, Yale University School of Medicine,
Chair, Directorial Team, Anna Freud Centre at London

MENTORING STAFF: Mark Hantoot, M.D., Assistant Professor of Research
Psychiatry Director of Programming in Psychiatry & Media, Department of
Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences USC Keck School of Medicine, Co-Director,
Creative Media & Behavioral Health Center, School of Cinematic Arts

Marientina Gotsis, M.F.A., Research Assistant Professor, Interactive Media
Division, Co-Director, Creative Media & Behavioral Health Center, School of
Cinematic Arts


OBJECTIVES - After attending this seminar, participating graduate students
and Young Investigators will be able to:

 1.  List at least 3 strategies to identify possible outside collaborators.
 2.  Describe how to approach potential research collaborators with research
ideas and projects.
 3.  Compare and contrast collaborating with investigator's within USC
versus outside, including international investigators.
 4.  List at least 3 potential funding sources for collaborative research.
 5.  Discuss the potential role of the creative and media arts in
conceptualizing behavioral health research.


Registration: Rosary Videc, USC Office of Research,
213.740.6709/videc@usc.edu

Contact Information

Name: Marientina Gotsis
Email: mgotsis@cinema.usc.edu