Fall 2018 Events

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POSTPONEMENT OF 11/30 SESSION: RACE AND HEALTH IN THE CLASSROOM.

The session is rescheduled for January 2019, with the purpose of fostering conversation amongst interdisciplinary tutors of race, health, and gender. More information on session content will be uploaded here. Any suggestions or comments, please email afilipp6@jhmi.edu

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125th Anniversary of the School of Medicine Events

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2pm

Welch Library Building, West Reading Room


Advocacy and Action: Supporting the Needs of Our Immigrant Neighbors

Wednesday, October 3rd, 12pm

School of Nursing, Room 320

in collaboration with SOURCE and the Program in Racism, Immigration, & Citizenship

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The 1918 Influenza Pandemic: Lessons for the Future

Tuesday, October 9th, 12pm

Bloomberg School of Public Health, Sheldon Hall

in collaboration with Berman Institute of Bioethics

Spinney1918


30th Anniversary of “Seize Control of the FDA”

Thursday, October 11th, 4pm

Bloomberg School of Public Health, Sommer Hall

in collaboration with the Office of Public Health Practice and Training

30th_anniversary_of_seize_control_of_the_FDAA webcast on October 11, 2018 from 4-5:30 p.m.

Introduction:

  • Joshua M. Sharfstein, MDVice Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement

    Professor of the Practice

    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Panel: A Landmark Protest, 30 Years Later

Moderator:​

  • Chris Beyrer MD, MPHDesmond M. Tutu Professor

    Director, Center for Public Health and Human Rights

    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Panelists:

  • Peter StaleyAIDS Activist
  • Ann NorthropVeteran journalist and Activist

    Longtime member of ACT UP (New York)

    Co-host of news program Gay USA

Panel: Legacy of “Seize Control of FDA” for Public Health

Moderator:

  • Jeremy A. Greene, MD, PhDProfessor of Medicine and the History of Medicine

    Elizabeth Treide and A. McGehee Harvey Chair in the History of Medicine

    Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Panelists:

  • Susan S. Ellenberg, Ph.D.Professor of Biostatistics

    Professor of Medical Ethics and Health Policy (secondary)

    Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics

    Perelman School of Medicine

    University of Pennsylvania

  • Gregg Gonsalves, PhDAssistant Professor, Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases

    Yale School of Public Health

  • Mark HarringtonExecutive Director

    Treatment Action Group

  • David Kessler, MD, JDFormer Commissioner

    US Food and Drug Administration

For more information, please contact the Office of Public Health Practice and Training at publichealthpractice@jhu.edu or at (443) 287-8541.

https://www.jhsph.edu/offices-and-services/practice-and-training/news-and-events/30th-anniversary-of-seize-control-of-the-FDA


The Work of Diagnosis: Medical Concepts in Social Life

Friday, October 19th

Welch Library Building, Room 303

in collaboration with the Department of Anthropology

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Media & Monsters: Two Centuries of Frankensteins

Wednesday, October 31st, 2pm

Parkway Theatre

in collaboration with the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute

For more information, or higher resolution, see the pdf.


Symposium: Medical Humanities in Policy and Practice

Tuesday, November 27th, 5pm

Mergenthaler 111, Homewood Campus

in collaboration with the Concentration on Medicine, Science, & Humanities 

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Race and Health in the Classroom with Alexandre White & Iro Filippaki

Date TBD

Welch Library Building, Room 303

POSTPONEMENT OF 11/30 SESSION: RACE AND HEALTH IN THE CLASSROOM.

The session is rescheduled for January 2019, with the purpose of fostering conversation amongst interdisciplinary tutors of race, health, and gender. More information on session content will be uploaded here. Any suggestions or comments, please email afilipp6@jhmi.edu


Precision and Uncertainty in a World of Data: Reading Group

Date TBD

Welch Library Building, Room 303

More details to come.