First Fridays Series: Faculty Lecture, “Finding God at Yale”
Faculty from the various graduate and professional schools share from their own faith journey and how their faith has affected their work and life here at Yale.
Dr. Dorothy Dunlop
Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Northwestern University
Join us for our for our first First Friday event of the semester with Dr. Dorothy Dunlop, Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Northwestern Medicine! Dr. Dunlop will sharing on the rarely discussed topic of failure, and the positive role it can play in our lives. She will also be sharing from her person faith journey, and how that has influenced her vocational and personal life.
Dr. Dunlop is a health services researcher with expertise in statistical methodology, physical activity assessment, and clinical trial design in the context of chronic disease research. As a rheumatology researcher, she has a longstanding interest in joint replacement and non-invasive interventions to improve the quality of life among people with arthritis. She has served on advisory boards for national clinical trials funded through the National Institutes for Health (NIH), the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and the Department of Veterans affairs. Her National Institutes for Health (NIH) studies include: Neurological, Aging and Musculoskeletal Epidemiology (NAME), Population Sciences and Epidemiology Conflict Study.