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Eric Lindberg

Eric Lindberg

Eric Lindberg is an editor and writer with the Hamovitch Center for Science in the Human Services at the USC School of Social Work, where he oversees the center’s quarterly research newsletter, writes news and feature articles about faculty and student research, and edits peer-reviewed manuscripts, among other editorial tasks. He is a graduate of USC with a degree in print journalism.

Stories by Eric Lindberg:

Social Work hosts international conference on mental health

Haluk Soydan, conference co-chair and associate dean of research, presents Soon Noi Goh with a set of golden chopsticks symbolizing the shift of conference leadership to a delegation from Singapore, which will host the event in 2016. (USC Photo/Eric Lindberg)

Hundreds of leading social work researchers, clinicians and policymakers convened to discuss the latest breakthroughs in health and mental health during a recent international conference led by the USC School of Social Work and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.