Webcast: April 4, 2007featuringDr. M. Gregg Bloche, Georgetown University, The Brookings Institution, and Johns Hopkins University; George A. Kaplan, University of Michigan; Thomas C. Ricketts, Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research and The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; David Williams, Harvard University; Dr. Paula Braveman, University of California, San Francisco; and Mary Lou de Leon Siantz, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
David Rejeski, director of the Wilson Center's Foresight and Governance Project, lauds the benefits but warns of the ethical and moral implications of the sequencing of the human genome.
APRIL 2006--Addressing Environmental Degradation and Population Dynamics May Lower the Risk of Conflict, Some Tell Environmental Change & Security Program Report
JANUARY 2008 - Edited transcripts and a paper from the April 2007 Health Status Disparities in the United States Conference are now posted.
I have a bit of news to share. After 15 years at the Wilson Center, I will be moving back to my home town of Athens, Ohio, this fall to become a professor at Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs where I will serve as director of environmental studies and work in their campus-wide Consortium on Energy, Economics, and the Environment.
July 2008 – Frederick Burkle, Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar, describes the security and medical support measures needed in the wake of complex emergencies.
Webcast: April 11, 2006featuringDr. David Reddy, Tamiflu Pandemic Task Force Leader, Roche Pharmaceutical; Dr. Tjandra Yoga Aditama, Pulmonologist and Medical Doctor, Persahabatan Hospital and the Indonesian Ministry of Health; Dr. Tracy Du Vernoy, Senior Staff Veterinarian, US Department of Agriculture – Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Emergency Programs; and Peter Gourlay, Senior Advisor for Corporate Relations, JHPIEGO
Conference papers from a half-day discussion of the factors behind U.S. disparities in health status
Webcast: February 28, 2007featuringPablo Gottret, Senior Health Economist, World Bank; Marty Makinen, Vice-President, International Health, Abt Associates; and Hugh Waters, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health