2011-2012 USC Global Health Lecture Series: Envisioning Health

Amelia Kyambadde // Empowering Women: A Fundamental Tool for Primary Health

August 30, 2011 — Kicking off the 2011-2012 USC Global Health Lecture Series, Ugandan Minister for Trade and Industry Amelia Kyambadde addressed issues involving her country's emerging social and economi... read more →
Paul Farmer

Paul Farmer // Medical Humanitarianism: Possibilities and Pitfalls

October 18, 2011 —Visions and Voices: The USC Arts & Humanities Initiative hosted medical anthropologist and physician Paul Farmer, a founding director of Partners In Health, for two events regarding the benef... read more →

Victoria Hale // Pharmaceuticals for Humanity

October 18, 2011 — In this lecture, Founder and CEO Victoria Hale discusses how Medicines360 was launched with private philanthropic funding to build a commercially viable social-hybrid business. (more…)... read more →

Patricia Lambert // It’s a Very Big Deal: How the Tobacco Treaty is Transforming Public Health

November 10, 2011 — Patricia Lambert of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids discussed the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control for her talk at USC.  (more…)... read more →

Tim Brown // Design Thinking and Health Care

February 8, 2012 — Tim Brown, CEO of innovation and design firm IDEO, discussed how design thinking can change the way we address global health care.  (more…)... read more →

Peter Hotez // Diseases We Can Stop But Don’t

March 6, 2012 — More than one billion people suffer from one or more neglected tropical diseases, almost exclusively in rural areas of poverty in the developing world.  (more…)... read more →

Kelley Lee // A Struggle for Relevance: The Future of WHO

April 24, 2012 — In this lecture, Kelley Lee, associate dean of research and director of global health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, looked at the World Health Organization's s... read more →