2015-2016 Global Health Lecture Series

The Institute welcomes world-renowned global health leaders every year to USC to share their experiences and engage in discussion and debate with faculty and students. Speakers are selected in collaboration with, and co-hosted by, different schools throughout the university, reflecting USC’s multidisciplinary approach to global health. Each distinguished guest delivers a keynote lecture open to the entire Trojan Family.

Lecture videos, photos and speaker information will be updated on the pages below after each event, so please keep checking back

Wednesday, Sept. 9 - Cultivating an Idea in Global Health: The Links between Health, Service & Diplomacy

Vanessa Kerry
Co-Founder & CEO
Seed Global Health
Bio | Lecture | Event Flyer [PDF]

Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Sexuality, Health, and Human Rights: Fulfilling the Promise of Health & Human Rights for All

Susana T. Fried // Yale University Global Health Justice Partnership
Sofia Gruskin // USC Program on Global Health &Human Rights
Alice M. Miller // Yale University Global Health Justice Partnership
Cynthia Rothschild // United Nations Policy & Rights Advisor
Ignacio Saiz // Center for Economic and Social Rights
Margaret Satterthwaite // New York University Center for Human Rights and Global Justice
Introduced by
John Heilman // City of West Hollywood
Moderated by
Laura Ferguson // USC Program on Global Health & Human Rights

Wednesday, Nov. 4 - Risks, Vulnerabilities & the Burden of Living with HIV: Understanding the Needs of Key Populations in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Stefan Baral
Key Populations Program
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Thursday, Feb. 11 - Building a Culture of Health Through A Cancer Lens

Rosie Henson
Senior Vice President for Prevention and Early Detection
American Cancer Society

SAVE THE DATE: Friday, Feb. 26 - Jaime Sepulveda

Jaime Sepulveda
Executive Director
UCSF Global Health Sciences