Grand Rounds on the Future of Public Health
What does it take to ensure population health?
This year’s Grand Rounds on the Future of Public Health seeks to answer that question with a roster of visionary speakers working across a range of disciplines. Renowned public health voices in technology, urban health, philanthropy, government, and more will challenge our thinking on global challenges and help set the stage for the future of public health.
Join Dean Linda P. Fried and these national figures in considering and discussing what we must do as a society for the broadest possible manifestation of population health.
To learn about past series and to watch video of previous events, visit the series recaps pages.
April 1, 2015
Food Politics 2015: From Personal Responsibility to Policy Advocacy
Marion Nestle, PhD, MPH [BIO]
Goddard Professor in the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health
New York University
Transforming Health Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa
March 11, 2015
Irene Agyepong, FGPS, DrPH, MPH, MBChB [BIO]
Professor of Health Policy, Planning, and Management
University of Ghana School of Public Health
December 3, 2014
THE 21st CENTURY POPULATION HEALTH SYSTEM:
The Role of Medical Care in Population Health
Charles Kennedy, MD, MBA
Chief Population Health Officer for Aetna
John Rowe, MD
Professor, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
April 8, 2015
The 8th Annual Isidore I. Benrubi Lecture in the History and Ethics of Public Health
From AIDS to Ebola: What Have We Learned?
Laurie Garrett, PhD, MPH [BIO]
Senior Fellow for Global Health Council on Foreign Relations
April 29, 2015
Annual Granville H. Sewell Distinguished Lecture
This lecture honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to environmental health sciences.
John M. Balbus, MD, MPH [BIO]
Senior Advisor for Public Health to the Director of the National Insitute of Environmental Health Sciences
Each event takes place from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. in Alumni Auditorium, located at 650 West 168th Street. Participate in person or online. Talks will be broadcast live online and tweeted using the tag #FuturePublicHealth.