UW School of Medicine 2021 Global Health Slam 3/3

Please join the University of Washington School of Medicine’s Global Health Interest group for the 2021 Global Health Slam on Wednesday, March 3, from 7 – 8 pm PST.

The Global Health Slam is an interdisciplinary event featuring four engaging presentations from global health professionals. Each speaker has 10 minutes to share their work in an entertaining and accessible way. You are encouraged to tune in, ask questions, and get excited about global health. No background knowledge or experience is necessary to attend.

The four speakers are:

  • Tecla Temu, MD, Ph.D. – Clinical Associate Professor in Global Health

Presenting “The Gut Flora, Inflammation, and Cardiovascular Diseases among People Living with Chronic HIV in Kenya”

  • Richard Anderson, Ph.D. – Full Professor, Computer Science, and Engineering

Presenting “Assessing Country Immunization Cold Chains for Introduction for the COVID-19 Vaccine”

  • Carolyn Bain, MPH – Senior Program Officer, Women’s Cancers, PATH

Presenting “Where there is No Mammogram: Early Detection of Breast Cancer and Digital Tracking in Peru”

  • Paul Drain, MD, MPH – Associate Professor of Global Health and Allergy & Infectious Disease Medicine, Adjunct Associate Professor of Epidemiology

Presenting “Leveraging Global Health to change Local Communities: Lessons from COVID-19”

Zoom Information:

2021 Global Health Slam

Time: March 3, 2021, 07:00 pm Pacific Time (US and Canada)


Meeting ID: 990 6167 4823

Passcode: global


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