2010-2011 USC Global Health Lecture Series: Piecing Together Solutions

Steffanie Strathdee // Cultivating an Idea in Global Health: The Links between Health, Service & Diplomacy

September 15, 2010 — Steffanie Strathdee shared insights from her two decades of work on HIV prevention among underserved, marginalized populations on the Mexico-U.S. border.  (more…)... read more →
Rose Mapendo - "Pushing the Elephant"

Rose Mapendo // Pushing the Elephant

October 6, 2010 — The documentary Pushing the Elephant tells the story of Rose Mapendo, who was imprisoned with her family during the violence that engulfed the Democratic Republic of Congo. (more…)... read more →

Jacqueline Sherris // Health Technologies and Women’s Health Needs in Developing Countries

October 20, 2010 — Jacqueline Sherris, Vice President of the international nonprofit PATH, presented about improving reproductive health in developing countries and her organization's experience in devel... read more →

Srinath Reddy // Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases: Global Dimensions and Determinants | Cardiovascular Health Is the Heart of Global Development

November 2, 2010 — Srinith Reddy presented two lectures, the first—"Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases: Global Dimensions and Determinants," the second on November 3—"Cardiovascular Health Is the Heart of Global Dev... read more →

Kirk Smith // Combustion Particles and Global Health: Cooking, Smoking, and Climate

February 8, 2011 —UC Berkeley Professor Kirk Smith presented about combustion particles produced by cooking, smoking and their impact on global health and climate. (more…)... read more →

David Fidler // The Rise and Fall of Global Health as a Foreign Policy Issue

March 8, 2011 —Indiana University’s David Fidler, an internationally recognized expert on global health and arms control, presented about global health's rise and fall as a foreign policy subject. (more…)... read more →