GHIC 2018: Global Health & Innovation Conference
April 14-15, 2018
Yale University, New Haven, CT

April 16-17, 2016- Conference Schedule

For your reference, this is the April 2016 conference schedule. The April 2017 schedule will be published in 2017.

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Saturday, 7:00am: Check-in and Registration Begins (Shubert)

Saturday, 8:00-8:15am: Opening Remarks (Shubert)

Saturday, 8:15-9:00am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Saturday, 9:05-9:50am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Saturday, 10:05-11:35am

Shubert: The Realities of Impact and Change

Coop Arts Auditorium: The Essentials of Data for Program Development

Coop Arts Lecture Hall: Maternal Health Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Every Second Matters -- Manual Vacuum Aspiration: Providing Analgesia and Restoring Dignity to Women Seeking Abortion Services,” Aparna Ramanathan, Lead Developer, ESM-MVA Program at Massachusetts General Hospital
  • “Restore Cup: An Innovative Medical Device to Improve the Lives of Women with Fistula,” Joanna Pozen, Assistant Research Professor, New York University, College of Global Public Health; Co-Founder, Restore Cup
  •  “Impacting the Obstetric Fistula Burden Through Reduction of Unrepaired Third and Fourth Degree Perineal Lacerations,” Melody Eckardt, Program Director, Division of Global Health and Human Rights, Massachusetts General Hospital, Trustee African Institute for Health Transformation
  • “Healthy Moms-Healthy Babies: Local Teaching from the Start — Facilitating Maternal and Child Health in Northern Haiti Through Women's Support Groups,” I. Jill Ratner, Co-Founder and Immediate Past President, Hands Up for Haiti; Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Mount Sinai Hospital New York

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Pam Bolton, Vice President, Innovations & Strategy, Concern Worldwide U.S.
  • Eileen Stuart-Shor, Chief Nursing Officer, Seed Global Health

LC101: Teaching Global Health: Essentials for Faculty and Students

LC102: Ethics, Trust, and Informed Choice in Healthcare Delivery

LC211: Pitch Preparation Interactive Workshop

LC317: Scaling Programs Interactive Workshop

Loria 250: Models and Programs for Healthcare Delivery

Loria 351: Advocacy Interactive Workshop

Loria B51: Media Interactive Workshop

WLH 119: Global Health Technology Social Impact Lab (Established Ideas)

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

WLH 208: Environmental Health Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Learning from Wildlife: A Community-Based Approach to Rhino Conservation and Human Development on the Eastern Cape of South Africa,” Michael Slattery, Professor and Director of the Institute for Environmental Studies, Texas Christian University
  • “A Total Community Solution: Small-Scale Rabbit Farming in Southwestern Uganda,” Amber Curry Gracia, Development Advisor and Partner, Kigezi Healthcare Foundation
  • “BrightSide: A Sustainable Model for Reducing Urban Food Insecurity,” Emma Button, Project Director, BrightSide Produce Distribution
  • “Innovative Clean Cookstove: Saving Lives from Smoke-pollution,” Maxwell Chinnah, CEO and Co-Founder, Terraoak, Inc.

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Jana Zindell, Chief Programs Officer, Ubuntu Education Fund
  • Jenna Rogers-Rafferty, Manager of Institutional Development, Kickstart International

Saturday, 11:35am-12:35pm: Lunch or Keynote Address by Jeffrey Sachs

Saturday, 12:35-1:05pm: Lunch, Poster, and Networking Session

Saturday, 1:05-2:35pm

Shubert: mHealth and Global Health Technology

Coop Arts Auditorium: Looking in Depth at Healthcare and Development Models

Coop Arts Lecture Hall: Maternal Health Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “The African HPV-Related Cancers (AHRC) Initiative: Bringing Innovations for Early Detection and Screening for Oncogenic HPV to Resource-limited Settings,” Andre Isaac, Innovations Lab Director, Innovative Canadians for Change
  • “The Household Project: Increasing Cervical Cancer Awareness in Rural Communities through Household Visits,” Foluso Ishola, Co-Founder, Global Youth Coalition Against Cancer
  • “The Midwife Solution: A 20/20 Vision for Improving Maternity Care in Massachusetts,” Kelly B. Roberts, Co-Founder of The Midwife Solution
  • “Obstetric Fistula: Changing the Educational Paradigm,” Joni Chenoweth, Medical Director, Devon Creek Foundation

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Peter Drobac, Executive Director, University of Global Health Equity, a program of Partners In Health
  • Kala Mehta, Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California, San Francisco

LC101: Incubating Successful Social Enterprises and Global Health Programs

LC102: Scalable Local Solutions

LC211: Safe Surgery for All Interactive Workshop

LC317: M&E Interactive Workshop

Loria 250: Expanding the Capacity of Healthcare Providers

Loria 351: Advocacy Interactive Workshop

Loria B51: Leadership Interactive Workshop

WLH 119: Clinic-Based Social Impact Lab (Established Organizations)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Moving Beyond Relief Through the Use of a Sustainable Healthcare Delivery Model,” Michael O’Neal, International Director, Palmetto Medical Initiative
  •  “Savings Limbs...Saving Lives | IGOT International SMART Course,” Amber Caldwell, Director of Development, IGOT Institute for Global Orthopaedics and Traumatology, UCSF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • “Keep the Doors Open and the Pharma Shelves Stocked: The Need for Independent Financial Sustainability at Health Centers in Burundi,” Maggie Ehrenfried, Development Officer, LifeNet International
  • “PranaPulse: A Low-cost Telemedicine-enabled 12 Lead Diagnostic ECG Device for Improving Access to Cardiac Care in Low Resource Settings,” Neha Goel, Global Health Innovation Fellow, Johns Hopkins University Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Geoffrey Tabin, Professor and Director, International Division of Ophthalmology, University of Utah, John A. Moran Eye Center; Co-Founder and Co-Director, Himalayan Cataract Project
  • Paul Ellingstad, Managing Partner, PTI Advisors

WLH 208: Maternal and Child Health: Presentations by Student and Young Leaders in Global Health

Saturday, 2:50pm-4:20pm

Shubert: Taking Solutions to Scale

Coop Arts Auditorium: The Essentials of Quality Education and Access

Coop Arts Lecture Hall: Child Health Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • "Promoting the Habit of Hand Washing among Young Children through Playful Solutions," Amanat Anand, Co-Founder, SoaPen
  • “Reducing the Burden of Dental Diseases,” Marielle Pariseau, Founder and CEO, TeethFirst
  • “Establishing a Developmental Intervention Program for Premature Infants in South Africa: A Feasibility Project,” Rosemary White-Traut, Director of Nursing Research, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
  • “Neopenda: Improving Outcomes for Newborns in Low-resource Settings through Vital Signs Monitoring,” Kurt Herzog, VP Business Development, Neopenda

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Jordan Levy, Chief External Relations Officer, Ubuntu Education Fund
  • Charles MacCormack, President Emeritus, Save the Children; Executive Chair, Health MDG Alliance

LC101: Strategies for New Ventures

LC102: Nutrition Financing

LC211: Communications Interactive Workshop

LC317: Social Enterprise Interactive Workshop

Loria 250: Design Thinking in Global Health

Loria 351: Putting Data into Action

Loria B51: Community-Based Social Impact Lab (Established Programs)

Social Impact Pitches:

  •  “Helping Preschoolers See Better to Learn and Develop with their Peers,” April Nakayoshi, Vice President, Program and Evaluation, Prevent Blindness Northern California
  • “Gaining Insight: Diagnosing Malnutrition-Driven Anemia Without Needles,” James Fox, CEO, Obz Design
  • “The Global Surgical Index: The Missing Link in Global Surgery,” Megan Eluhu, Administrative Director, Global Surgical Consortium
  • “Caring for the Most Vulnerable: Community-based Program to Identify, Enroll and Retain All HIV+ Patients into Quality Healthcare,” Mercy Owuor, Director of Community Programs, Lwala Community Alliance

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Lisa Hirschhorn, Director of Implementation and Improvement Science, Ariadne Labs; Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • Jim Koch, Senior Founding Fellow, Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship and Don C. Dodson Distinguished Service Professor of Management, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University

WLH 119: Clinic-Based Programs Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Re-Designing the Operating Room: Fulfilling the Surgical and Anesthesia Needs of Underserved Populations,” Grace Miner, PhD Candidate, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
  • “Highlight: Powdered Additive for Disinfectants to Improve Infectious Disease Decontamination,” Jason Kang, Co-Founder, Kinnos
  •  "Building a Platform to Showcase the Hidden Talents of Patients," Anisha Guda, Founder and Team Coordinator, Undergraduate Student, UTSA/UTHSCSA
  • “StreetCred: Economic Empowerment in Healthcare Settings,” Michael Hole, Resident Physician, Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Medical Center

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • David Barash, Executive Director, Global Health Portfolio and Chief Medical Officer, GE Foundation
  • Lynn Black, Chief Medical Officer, International Medical and Surgical Response Team – East, National Disaster Medical System
  • James A. Wolff, Associate Professor of International Health, Boston University School of Medicine

WLH 208: Training and Education Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Reimagining Social Medicine: Building a Consortium to Support Health Professional Training on the Social Determinants of Health,” Michael Westerhaus, Clinic Medical Director and Primary Care Physician, Center for International Health; Assistant Professor, Global Health Pathway, University of Minnesota; Co-director, SocMed
  • “International Education: Educational Exchange Partnership to Advance Nursing Education,” Claude Rochon, DNP Candidate, Edgewood College, American Family Children's Hospital, and Angkor Hospital for Children
  •  “Arrowhead Business Group Incubator: A Strengths-Based Youth Development Model,” Feather Sprengeler, Research Assistant, Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, Johns Hopkins University
  •  “Y-Act Youth Employment and Community Development Project,” Sachi Shah, Founder and CEO, Y-Act

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Cliff O'Callahan, Past Chair, AAP Section International Child Health Executive Committee; Director, Nurseries at Middlesex Hospital
  • Georgia Sambunaris, Global Health Consultant

Saturday, 4:35-6:30pm

Shubert: Social Business

Coop Arts Auditorium: Integrating Lessons Learned for Future Goals

Coop Arts Lecture Hall: Global Health Technology Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Metric Technologies: Development of a Sustainable Pathway for the Creation of Low-Cost Medical Devices,” Harvey Hawes, Founder and CEO, Metric Technologies 
  • “A Novel Technology to Authenticate Drugs,” Mehrdad Toofan, CEO, Nano IC
  •  “Measuring Health through Mobile,” Aimee Leidich, Lead, Health and Academic Research Projects, mSurvey
  • “mBadlaav: A Mobile Application to Standardize Post-Sexual Assault Protocols in India,” Parth Chodavadia, Undergraduate Student, Duke University
  • “The Safe Move Device: Combating Human Trafficking through Mobile Technology,” Kwynn Gonzalez-Pons, Masters Student, University of North Texas Health Science Center

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Paul Ellingstad, Managing Partner, PTI Advisors
  • Bobby Jefferson, Director, Center Development Informatics, Palladium

LC101: Environmental Considerations for Human Health

LC102: Innovations in Investing and Development

LC211: Social Ventures Interactive Workshop

LC317: Ethics Interactive Workshop

Loria 250: Chronic Illnesses

Loria 351: Community-Based Programs Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Jordan Levy, Chief External Relations Officer, Ubuntu Education Fund
  • Charles MacCormack, President Emeritus, Save the Children; Executive Chair, Health MDG Alliance

Loria B51: M&E Workshop

WLH 119: Technology Platforms Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “CaringCrowd: A Novel Crowdfunding Site for Global Health,” Sara Gorman, Project Manager, Johnson & Johnson Global Public Health
  •  “Pharmaceutical Operation and Coordination Platform during Humanitarian Emergencies,” Marion Baudry, Pharmacist Advisor, Pharmacy and Humanitarian Aid
  • “The People's Fund: Democratizing Funding Decisions for Global Health and Development,” Frederik Federspiel, Founder, The People's Fund for Global Health and Development
  • “Improving the Delivery of Prosthetic Care in Latin America using 3D Printing Technologies,” Elizabeth Neufeld, Vice President of Strategy and Growth, Range Of Motion Project (ROMP)

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Rich Leimsider, Social Enterprise Consultant
  • Tyler Riewer, Content Strategist at charity: water

WLH 208: Clinic and Community-Based Programs: Student and Young Leaders in Global Health

Saturday, 7:00-9:00pm

Innovation & Ideas Evening Networking Reception: This special 2-hour networking reception will convene conference participants who are interested in networking, discussion, collaboration, and intense conversation about global health and innovation. The reception with hors d'oeuvres will be held at the historic Shubert Theater in New Haven, which is the main conference venue.

Sunday, April 17

Sunday, 8:00-8:45am: Keynote Address (Shubert)

Sunday, 8:45-9:30am: Plenary Panel (Shubert)

Applying Lessons Learned: A Conversation About Learning From Past Successes and Failures

Sunday, 9:35-10:15am: Plenary Panel (Shubert)

A Conversation about Strategies for Growing Effective Programs

Sunday, 10:30am-12:00pm

Shubert: Healthy Environments

Coop Arts Auditorium: Perspectives on Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship

Coop Arts Lecture Hall: Technology Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Hand-held, Wide-Field, Smartphone Retinal Imager: A Connected Solution for Global Ocular Disease Screening,” Sachin Kalarn, Inventor and Designer, SPK5 Partners LLC
  •  “From Swaziland to the US: Bridging the Technological Gap in Global Health,” Katherine Ngo, Program Manager, The Global Tuberculosis Program at Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor College of Medicine
  • “M-Health for Enhancing Access to Information and Quality Health Services – A Fundamental Right of Adolescent Key Populations (AKPs),” Leena Uppal, Regional Manager, MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child
  •  “Community Health Systems Strengthening: Leveraging the Health Enablement and Learning Platform (HELP) Mobile Solution,” Jackline Kiarie, HELP Project Lead, Amref Health Africa

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Shin Daimyo, Senior Advisor for Mental Health, Partners In Health; Paul and Daisy Soros Fellow; MSN Candidate, Yale School of Nursing
  • Aron Rose, Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Yale University School of Medicine; Associate Clinical Professor, Graduate Entry Prespecialty in Nursing, Yale University School of Nursing

LC101: Beyond Sick Care

LC102: Navigating the Complexities of Cultural Competency and Humility

LC211: Teaching Global Health Interactive Workshop

LC317: Culture of Innovation Interactive Workshop

Loria 250: M&E Interactive Workshop

Loria 351: Innovative Health Initiatives

Organizational information sessions for organizations, products, or services, which may be of interest to the audience.

Loria B51: mHealth Interactive Workshop

WLH 119: Child Health

WLH Sudler Room 201: Cutting-Edge Ideas in Development: GHIC Innovation Prize Semifinalist Pitches

Learn from the 5-minute Social Impact Pitches of semifinalists for the $10,000 and $2,000 GHIC Innovation Prize, which will be awarded to the best two Social Impact Pitches.

Semifinalists

Early-Stage Ideas:

Established-Stage Ideas:

Expert Judges:

Sunday, 12:00-1:05pm: Lunch

Sunday, 1:05-3:05pm

Shubert: Key Strategies for Successful Communications and Marketing

Coop Arts Auditorium: Perspectives on Mental Health

Coop Arts Lecture Hall: Technology Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Interactive Mobile Messaging Intervention to Support Patients Receiving TB Treatment by Self-Administration,” Sarah Iribarren, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Columbia University School of Nursing
  • “Breaking the Identification Bottleneck: Mobile Biometrics for Global Health,” Sebastian Manhart, Director of Business Development, Simprints Technology
  • “Assistive Labs: Collaborative Development of Assistive Technology for Low-Income Settings,” Stephanie Valencia, Co-founder, Assistive Labs; Translational Technologies in Development Research Fellow, Yale Child Study Center, Technology and Innovation Lab
  • “Basic Web-Based Health Education Targeted to Low-Income Populations,” Katie Yanguez, DNP Candidate, University of Utah; President, Morrell Family Charities
  • "Addressing the Barriers to Uncorrected Refractive Errors with the QuickSee," Shivang Dave, Cofounder and CEO, PlenOptika

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Elizabeth Johansen, Formerly, Design that Matters, Diagnostics For All, and IDEO
  • Cleveland Justis, Executive Director, Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management

LC101: Healthcare Delivery Solutions

LC102: Changing Behaviors for Health

LC317: Ethics Interactive Workshop

Loria 250: Investments and Strategic Information

Loria 351: Innovative Health Initiatives

Organizational information sessions for organizations, products, or services, which may be of interest to the audience.

Loria B51: Management Interactive Workshop

WLH 119: Community-Based Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “Reconceptualising and Leveraging a Partnership Model for Co-creation of Knowledge and Translation to Improve and Sustain Healthy Communities:  A Diploma in Community Wellness, Empowerment, Leadership and Life skills (CWELL),” Bernie Quillinan, Civic Engagement Champion, ULEngage; Course Director of Community Wellness, Empowerment, Leadership and Life Skills Programme (CWELL), University of Limerick
  • “How Can We Create Safe, Stable, Nurturing Homes for All Children?” Aaron J. Miller, Executive Director, BRANCH
  • “Strengthening the Capacity of Oral Health Care in Vietnam: A Knowledge-Based Economy Approach,” Sherry Priebe, Clinical Instructor, Dental Hygiene Degree Program, Department of Oral Biological and Medical Sciences, UBC Dentistry, University of British Columbia

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Jeffrey A. Robinson, Associate Professor and Academic Director, The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Rutgers Business School; Director, New Jersey Social Innovation Institute
  • Anthony D. Salandy, Director of Research, Evaluation, and Metrics, Worldwide Orphans Foundation and Affiliate Faculty, Auburn University
  • Richard Skolnik, Lecturer, Department of Health Policy and Management, Yale School of Public Health; Author, "Essentials of Global Health/Global Health 101"

WLH Sudler Room 201: GHIC 2015's Six Best Cutting-Edge Ideas in Development: GHIC Innovation Prize Finalist Pitches and Judging

Six finalists will be selected from the morning semifinalist session. The finalists will present a 5-minute pitch, which will be followed by 10 minutes of Q&A and dialogue with the expert judges. During the judge deliberations, the audience will engage in Q&A and dialogue with the finalists. The session will conclude with the GHIC Innovation Prize award of $10,000 and $2,000 to the two best pitch presenters.

Expert Judges:

Sunday, 3:20-4:50pm

Shubert: Innovation and Impact

Coop Arts Auditorium: Maternal Health

Coop Arts Lecture Hall: Family Health Social Impact Lab

Social Impact Pitches:

  • “The Development of an Innovative Maternal and Child Health Intervention in Cambodia,” Misja Ilcisin, Operation ASHA, Development Fellow; The Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, Global Social Benefit Fellow
  • “Reduction of Maternal and Infant Mortality Rate in Garissa County, Kenya, through Telemedicine and M-Wallet," Olivia Achieng Otuoma, Program Manager, Gertrude’s Hospital Foundation, Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital
  • "Improving Health In Haiti By Educating Nurses to Become Family Nurse Practitioners," Carol Roye, Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship Pace University College of Health Professions Lienhard School of Nursing

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • James Clarke, Ophthalmologist and Medical Director, Crystal Eye Clinic, Ghana; Unite For Sight Ghana Medical Director
  • Bobby Jefferson, Director, Center Development Informatics, Palladium

LC101: Perspectives on HIV/AIDS

LC102: Community-Based Social Impact Lab (Early Stage Ideas)

Social Impact Pitches:

  • "Red Kite Rising: A Physical Approach to Healing Psychological Trauma," Samuel Stone, Director, Red Kite Rising
  • "Tobacco Free Generation," Kelsey Romeo-Stuppy, Staff Attorney, Action on Smoking and Health
  • "The Ounce of Prevention: Smoking Cessation in Rural Indonesia," Lamia Haque, Resident Physician, Yale Primary Care Program, Yale-New Haven Hospital
  • "RetirEasy: Improving Psychosocial Well-Being in Retirees in India," Rashmi Bhopi, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Engage in conversation with the pitch presenters and with the session's expert panelists, who will provide guidance, mentoring, and advice to the pitch presenters and to the audience.

Expert Panelists:

  • Gene Kwan, Health and Policy Advisor for NCDs at Partners In Health, Instructor at Boston University School of Medicine
  • Leslie Lang, Senior Vice President of Strategic Development and General Counsel, Microclinic International

LC211: Narrative Interactive Workshop

LC317: Impact Interactive Workshop

Loria 250: Noncommunicable Diseases: Perspectives from Kenya

Loria 351: Perspectives on Cancer in Global Health

Loria B51: Leadership Interactive Workshop

WLH Sudler Room 201: Advice From The Experts: Careers in Innovation and Global Health