CUGH 2021: Addressing Critical Gaps in Global Health and Development

Below is a list of presenters at the satellite sessions from Johns Hopkins

Monday March 8 20201 10am-1pm: SA21 - Strategies to Address Global Health Inequities, featuring Nalini Anand

Tuesday March 9 2021; 9am-12pm: SA20 - Creating exceptional women leaders: the missing links of mentorship and networking, featuring Dr Shabnum Sarfraz

Tuesday March 9 2021; 11am-2pm: SA32 - Closing the gap between knowledge and practice: implementation science priorities for health adaptation for climate change, featuring Gila Neta 

Tuesday March 9 2021 11 am-2pm: SA32 - Closing the gap between knowledge and practice: implementation science priorities for health adaptation for climate change, featuring John Balbus

Tuesday March 9 2021, 11AM-2pm: SA32 - Closing the gap between knowledge and practice: implementation science priorities for health adaptation for climate change, featuring William Pan

Wednesday March 10 2021, 8AM-11AM:  SA6.0 - Part 1: 9th Annual Symposium on Global Cancer Research, featuring David Peters

Wednesday March 10 2021 8-11AM: SA6.0 - Part 1: 9th Annual Symposium on Global Cancer Research, featuring Anne F Rositch

Friday March 12, 2021 12:30-1:30pm: CS03 - How Academic Health Centers Can More Effectively Engage With Local Communities in the Us to Reduce Disparities in the Social Determinants of Health, featuring  Patricia Davidson

Friday March 12, 2021; 12:30-1:30PM: CS08 - From Evidence to Action: Achieving UHC and the SDGs Through a Strengthened Nurse Workforce, featuring Nancy Reynolds

Friday, March 12, 2021 4:30-5:30: CS16 - Gender & Power in COVID: Two Steps Forward or Two Steps Back? featuring Janine Austin Clayton

Friday  March 12 2021 4:30-6PM: CS11 - Training the Next Generation of Global Health Researchers: The NIH-Fogarty Global Health Fellows Programs, featuring Adaeze Wosu

Saturday March 13 2021 (10-11am): SA27 - Part 1: Asset Mapping To Bridge Gaps And Empower Communities In The Surgical Ecosystem: Holding Space To Keep Our Oath, featuring Nadia Akseer

Sunday March 14 2021 10-11am: CS35 - Combating Misinformation in the Time of COVID, featuring Mark Lieber


Sunday March 14 2021, 2-3PM: CS49 - Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy: A Discussion with Peter Hotez and Heidi Larson, featuring Tom Quinn 

Sunday March 14 2021 2-3PM: CS45 - War and Global Health: The Urgency of Engagement, featuring Leonard Rubenstein

Sunday March 14 2021 10-11AM:  CS46 - Eye Health as the New Focus to Achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals, featuring Vivian Yin

 

Additional presenters from JHU:

Daniel A Antiporta 

Preetika Banjeree 

Christopher Bradley 

Haley Brahmbhatt

*Pranab Chatterjee 

Xiameng Chen 

Andreea Creeanga

Mengying Li 

Robert Massof 

Diwakar Mohan 

*Fahd Naufal 

Henry B Perry

*Sarah Rapaport

Megha Reddy 

Tim Roberton 

Katherine Robsky 

Mariam Salama 

Meike Schleiff 

Bhavna Seth 

Anita Shet 

Kent Stevens 

Dominique Vervoort 

Sheila West 

Jess Wilhelm 

Peter Winch 

Insia Zufer 

 

(presenters' names indicated with an * have received an award from CGH to present at CUGH)

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