M.S. Health and the Public Interest Seminars
The M.S. Health and the Public Interest Seminar Series is a forum in which students, faculty, and the community can engage with key leaders in health care research, policy, and advocacy. This series is free and open to the public. Please visit our Youtube channel for recorded seminars (coming soon)
The talk is also open to prospective students, the Georgetown community and interested members of the general public. The Zoom lectures meet Wednesdays at 12pm-1:30pm, online. Speakers usually present for 30 minutes to an hour, and then answer questions for half an hour or so. Questions may not be limited to the topic discussed – students may ask, for example, what kind of training prepared you to do what you do.
Past speakers include Lucille Adams-Campbell PhD, Gary Schwitzer from Health News Review, Sara Rosenbaum JD, and Joel Teitelbaum JD from George Washington University, Peter Lurie of Center for Science in the Public Interest, and Cindy Pearson from National Women’s Health Network.