Please enjoy the following videos of events sponsored by CAIRHE or those highlighting the research of our investigators. (If you are unable to view a video in full-screen mode, click on the YouTube logo in the bottom right corner of the screen to view the video on YouTube, then select full-screen mode. ACCESSIBILITY: Anyone who is hearing impaired and in need of subtitles can click "CC" on the bottom of the YouTube screen to turn on captions. Links to transcripts are also available below for use by screen readers.)

 

Press conference for the "Climate Change and Human Health in Montana" special report. A virtual press conference was held on December 8, 2020, at 10 to 11 a.m. (MST). The event, moderated by Dr. David Mark, CEO of Bighorn Valley Health Center, included the authors of the report and a panel of speakers representing various stakeholders across the state. In addition to lead author Dr. Alex Adams, director of the Center for American Indian and Rural Health Equity, the speaker panel included: Amy Cilimburg, Executive Director with Climate Smart Missoula; John Doyle, Director of the Crow Water Quality Project; Erica McKeon-Hanson, Program Director with the Little River Institute at MSU-Northern; Julia Ryder, registered nurse with Bozeman Health; Ray Rasker, Executive Director of Headwaters Economics; and Laura Williamson, state epidemiologist with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. The complete report is available at http://montanaclimate.org.(55 min.) Accessibility:  Click here for transcript.
"Biomarkers in Health Equity Research," a webinar featuring Selena Ahmed, Ph.D. (CAIRHE; MSU Dept. of Health and Human Development), and Stephen Martin, Ph.D. (CAIRHE), leaders of the CAIRHE Translational Biomarkers Core. November 12, 2020. Part of the 2020-21 Health Equity Webinar Series sponsored by CAIRHE, Montana INBRE, and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program (AI/AN CTRP). (56 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
"A Day of Indigenous Food with Chef Sean Sherman." On June 27, 2019, CAIRHE hosted Chef Sean Sherman, CEO of The Sioux Chef, for a three-hour cooking class in the Rendezvous Dining Pavilion at Montana State University. This video presents the highlights from that class. Sherman, who is Oglala Lakota, was born in Pine Ridge, S.D., and has been cooking across the United States and Mexico over the past 30 years. His first book, The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen, was awarded the medal for best American cookbook in 2018 from the James Beard Foundation. (39 min.) Accessibility:  Click here for transcript.
"Food Security in Montana," a webinar featuring Carmen Byker Shanks, Ph.D., RDN (CAIRHE; MSU Dept. of Health and Human Development), and Michelle Grocke, Ph.D. (MSU Extension; MSU Dept. of Health and Human Development). June 4, 2020. Part of the 2019-20 Health Equity Webinar Series sponsored by CAIRHE, Montana INBRE, and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program (AI/AN CTRP). (59 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
"Primer on MSU Extension: Bridging Health Research and Rural Community Outreach," a webinar featuring Cody Stone, Ph.D. (Director, MSU Extension), Brianna Routh, Ph.D. (MSU Extension), and Mark Schure, Ph.D. (Montana State University). April 28, 2020. Part of the 2019-20 Health Equity Webinar Series sponsored by CAIRHE, Montana INBRE, and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program (AI/AN CTRP). (57 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
"Best Practices in Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) and Community Advisory Board (CAB) Development," a webinar featuring Ann Bertagnolli, Ph.D. (Montana INBRE), Colter Ellis, Ph.D. (Center for American Indian and Rural Health Equity, or CAIRHE), Monica Skewes, Ph.D. (CAIRHE), and Emily Salois, MSW (Montana INBRE). February 10, 2020. Part of the 2019-20 Health Equity Webinar Series sponsored by CAIRHE, Montana INBRE, and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program (AI/AN CTRP). (49 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
"Financial Management Toolkit for NIH-Funded Health Researchers," a webinar featuring Maya Bronston (Center for American Indian and Rural Health Equity), Jennifer Hodges (AI/AN Clinical and Translational Research Program), and Cori Huttinga, Montana INBRE. December 11, 2019. Part of the 2019-20 Health Equity Webinar Series sponsored by CAIRHE, Montana INBRE, and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program (AI/AN CTRP). (40 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
"Tips for Writing Research Proposals to the NIH," a webinar featuring Alexandra Adams, M.D., Ph.D., director of CAIRHE, and Elizabeth Rink, Ph.D., MSW, professor in the MSU Department of Health and Human Development. October 21, 2019. Part of the 2019-20 Health Equity Webinar Series sponsored by CAIRHE, Montana IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE), and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program (AI/AN CTRP). (53 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
“Understanding and Supporting Our Children: Pediatric Overweight," a webinar featuring Alexandra Adams, M.D., Ph.D., director of CAIRHE, and Brianna Routh, Ph.D., MPH, RDN, assistant professor in the MSU Department of Health and Human Development, and food and nutrition specialist for MSU Extension. December 5, 2018. Co-sponsored by CAIRHE and MSU Extension. (52 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
"The Path to Accessing Health Data in Montana," a webinar hosted by Susan Higgins of CAIRHE and Montana INBRE. Featuring Heather Zimmerman,MPH, an epidemiologist with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, and Helen Tesfai,MPH, an epidemiologist with the Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiological Center. November 14, 2018. Co-sponsored by CAIRHE, Montana INBRE, and the American Indian/Alaska Native Clinical and Translational Research Program. (58 min.) Accessibility: Click here for transcript.
"Indigenous Views of Health," a lecture by Oren Lyons, Onondaga Council of Chiefs, at the Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, MT. April 13, 2017. Sponsored by CAIRHE and the MSU Department of Native American Studies. (60 min.)