Dr. Zoe Smith

Through the ACCTION Lab at Loyola University Chicago, Zoe focuses on community-based assessment and intervention development for youth with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT). This is a health equity focused lab that uses liberation focused methods to increase engagement and understanding of treatment needs for youth that have been systemically oppressed. We focus on working with Black and Brown youth and their families using a cultural responsiveness and healing-focused lens. Zoe also has expertise in longitudinal data analyses and psychometrics.
Through the ACCTION Lab at Loyola University Chicago, Zoe focuses on community-based assessment and intervention development for youth with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT). This is a health equity focused lab that uses liberation focused methods to increase engagement and understanding of treatment needs for youth that have been systemically oppressed. We focus on working with Black and Brown youth and their families using a cultural responsiveness and healing-focused lens. Zoe also has expertise in longitudinal data analyses and psychometrics.
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    Sustaining Equity, Retaining Talent: Tackling Systemic Inequity for Women in Science and Research

    11 February was established in 2015 as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science to recognize us as agents of change, yet women are still underpaid and undervalued for the work they do. Women are continually subjected to systems that actively make our workforce weaker due to excluding women from leadership in science and research. This blog will provide background and recommendations for institutional change to support women in science.

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