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Dr. AmanPreet Badhwar
Diversity Chair, Organization for Human Brain Mapping
Assistant Professor, University of Montreal
Dr. AmanPreet Badhwar is an Assistant Professor at the University of Montreal who currently serves as the Diversity Chair for the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Dr. Badhwar's research has focused on Alzheimer's Disease, and she often utilizes fMRI machines and data analysis as a key part of her work.
Dr. Badhwar will join us on May 12, at 10am for her keynote address.
Dr. Norissa Williams
Director of Masters in Counseling Programs,
Clinical Assistant Professor, New York University
Dr. Norissa Williams is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Counseling Psychology Program in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York University, where she also serves as the Director of Masters in Counseling Programs. She teaches in both the residential and online program and has taught courses such as Cross Cultural Counseling, The Cultures of Psychology, Abnormal Psychology and Trauma. Her scholarship relates to culturally embedded processes of coping socialization, cross cultural differences in the mental health, help-seeking behavior and critical consciousness development, as well as decolonizing and liberating pedagogical and clinical practice.