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Zollicoffer-Merrimon Lecture: Elijah Saunders on Ethnic Disparities in CV Health
31st Annual Zollicoffer-Merrimon Lecture: Elijah Saunders, MD: "Racial & Ethnic Disparities in Cardiovascular Health and Healthcare"
Located in Events / 2010
The Role of the US Bureau of Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service in a Shift of Political Values
Bagels/coffee @ 9am - Lecture follows
A Cronista, an Intellectual Nun, and their Syphilis - Comp. Lit. Lecture
Comp Lit lecture: Espitia on Cronista/nun/syphilis
Bullitt/Trent Lecture on Ben Franklin & Medicine by Dr Brian Owen-Smith
Bullitt Club/Trent Society Lecture, "Benjamin Franklin and Medicine," by Dr. Brian Owen-Smith.
Zollicoffer-Merrimon Lecture: Elijah Saunders on Ethnic Disparities in CV Health
31st Annual Zollicoffer-Merrimon Lecture: Elijah Saunders, MD: "Racial & Ethnic Disparities in Cardiovascular Health and Healthcare"
Located in Events / 2009
Lunch & Learn Workshop: Sex Trafficking
Examines the issue of the forceful recruitment and transportation of individuals for prostitution. Led by Diane Kjervik, Professor and Chair of the Heath Care Environments Division in the UNC School of Nursing. Registration required.
Located in Events / 2011
NC German Studies: Alice Kuzniar lecture on Homeopathy & Romanticism
Alice Kuzniar (University of Waterloo): "Romanticism: The Unexamined Life Force of Homeopathy"
Located in Events / 2011
New Perspectives on Feminist Science Studies: DNA, Nation, and the Politics of Belonging
Department of Women's Studies Annual Weiss Lecture - Feminist Perspectives on Global Women's Health and Human Rights
Located in Events / 2011
Personalized Medicine: The Promise and Ethical Challenges
Personalized Medicine: The Promise and Ethical Challenges - Lecture, Reception to follow
Located in Events / 2011
The Case Against Perfection
Keynote Lecture for the Ethics in the Professions Series Symposium. Featuring Michael Sandel, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government Theory at Harvard University. On the first day of this symposium, the stage is set with a panel discussion and keynote presentation by Professor Sandel. Sponsored by the Parr Center for Ethics, the Center for Genomics and Society, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Athletics, Department of Philosophy, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, Whaley Family Foundation, and Duke University's Kenan Institute for Ethics. This event is free and open to the public.
Located in Events / 2011