IFH Researchers Present at NJ ACTS Symposium

Date: June 23, 2022
Media Contact: Nicole Swenarton

Multiple IFH researchers presented research findings at New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science’s Community Engaged Scholarship Symposium on June 14, 2022. The university-wide forum showcased cutting-edge scholarship across Rutgers and beyond.

Dan Dychtwald, Senior Project Manager, presented “Impact of COVID-19 on Older Adults Living in New Jersey.”

Stephanie Bergren, Associate Director of Survey Research, presented “Race/Ethnicity and the Relationship Between Trust in Researchers and Hypothetical Research Participation.”

Sophia Geisser, Research Project Coordinator, presented “A Tailored Intervention Based on Music Listening for Sleep in Older Adults with Dementia.”

Elizabeth Luth, IFH Core Member and Assistant Professor, Rutgers Department of Family Medicine and Community Health, presented “Intervention Development: Enhancing Dementia Instruction and Tool in Home Hospice (Edith-hc)”

Dan Dychtwald’s poster presentation.


Stephanie Bergren’s poster presentation.


Sophia Geisser’s poster presentation.


Sophia Geisser and IFH Core Member Dr. Darina Petrovsky.