Los Angeles, CA 90089

URC Fishbowl

Lunch provided. 

Zoom option: https://usc.zoom.us/j/93084200952

“What Matters to Me and Why” is a monthly talk and discussion series featuring USC faculty and administrators. The series encourages reflection about values, beliefs, and motivation in the lives of those who help shape our university. Presenters are encouraged to talk about choices made, difficulties encountered, and commitments solidified.

April 3rd:

Claradina Soto, PHD

Associate Professor of Clinical Population and Public Health Sciences

Dr. Claradina Soto (Navajo/Jemez Pueblo) is an Associate Professor at the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine in the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences. She has over 20 years of partnering with American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations in public health, collaborating with urban and Tribal communities in CA to reduce and prevent mental health disparities, cancer prevalence, commercial tobacco use, and substance use and opioid use disorders. She collaborates on several research projects funded by NIH/FDA, Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP), Department of Health Care Services, and the Office of Health Equity. She teaches courses in the Master of Public Health and Health Promotion programs at USC and mentors undergraduate and graduate students. Dr. Soto is a longtime advocate for the AI/AN communities and other priority populations to advance health equity and reduce health disparities.



Upcoming Series:

April 17th:

Mick Dalrymple

Chief Sustainability Officer

Event Details

  • Trisha Manchala
  • Guadalupe Ramos Plascencia
  • Erin Delahunt

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When: Apr 3, 2024 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Topic: What Matters to Me and Why: Clarandina Soto

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