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Lunch seminar: "Can We End Pediatric AIDS?"- Anu Gupta

Oct 2, 2014  ·  12:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m.  ·  015 Robertson Hall

A primary care physician, Anu Gupta believes in philanthropy’s potential to galvanize partnerships and catalyze out-of-the-box solutions to long-standing societal challenges. Until recently, Dr. Gupta was Executive Director for Strategic Alliances and Grantmaking Worldwide Corporate Contributions at Johnson & Johnson.   She set strategic direction and oversaw grantmaking initiatives focused on preventing diseases in vulnerable populations focusing on HIV/AIDS, mental health, and caregiving.   Under her leadership, Johnson & Johnson has granted over $35 million towards the elimination of pediatric AIDS.   In addition, she championed a strategy of developing partnerships with key stakeholders including the Clinton Global Initiative, GBCHealth, the MDG Health Alliance, PEPFAR, the United Nations Foundation, and USAID.
(**Audience restricted to faculty, fellows and students. RSVP required.**)

Global Health Colloquium: "LGBT Health and Human Rights: A Global Challenge" - Chris Beyrer

Oct 10, 2014  ·  12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.  ·  Bowl 1, Robertson Hall (lower level)

Chris Beyrer, MD, MPH, is a professor at Johns Hopkins University in the departments of Epidemiology, International Health, and Health Behavior and Society. He is also Director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health & Human Rights, Associate Director at the Johns Hopkins Center for AIDS Research (JHU CFAR) and President-Elect of the International AIDS Society.
**This event is free and open to the public.**

Lunch seminar: "Epidemic of birth defects in Iraqi cities" - Mozhgan Savabieasfahani & Muhsin Alsabbak

Oct 13, 2014  ·  12:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m.  ·  015 Robertson Hall

Dr. Savabieasfahani, a native of Iran, is an environmental toxicologist based in Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA). Dr. Al-Sabbak is the Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Basrah Maternity Hospital.
(**Audience restricted to faculty, fellows and students. RSVP required.**)

Princeton Seminar on Global Health: "Prospects for Human Health: But Not as You Know It" - Richard Horton

Oct 14, 2014  ·  4:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.  ·  Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall

The Princeton Seminar on Global Health convenes members of academe, the private sector, civil society and concerned members of the community to explore issues around improving global health quality, equity and access in a multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral context. The Oct. 14th event will feature Dr. Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet, along with panelists Robert Marten, Jeffrey L. Sturchio and Adel Mahmoud. **This event is free and open to the public.**

Global Health Colloquium: "Pain: A Political History" - Keith Wailoo

Nov 14, 2014  ·  12:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m.  ·  Bowl 1, Robertson Hall (lower level)

Keith Wailoo is the Townsend Martin Professor of History and Public Affairs, and Vice Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. His research examines a wide array of issues in public health, scientific and technological innovation in medical care, medical specialization, and the role of identity, gender, race and ethnicity in health and disease thought. 
**This event is free and open to the public.**

Lunch seminar: "Aging in China" - Tsung-Mei Cheng

Feb 12, 2015  ·  12:15 p.m. 1:00 p.m.  ·  015 Robertson Hall

Tsung-Mei Cheng is a Health Policy Research Analyst at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She is an expert on comparative health systems with an emphasis on Asian countries. Cheng writes and lectures internationally on topics ranging from single payer systems, health systems change, health care technology assessment and comparative effectiveness research, health care quality, financing, pay for performance focusing on East Asian health systems, to the impact of the WTO and GATS on national health policy. She is the co-founder of the Princeton Conference, an annual national conference on health policy that brings together the U.S. Congress, government, and the research community on issues affecting health care and health policy in the United States.
(**Audience restricted to faculty, fellows and students. RSVP required.**)