Georgetown University Law Center

The Colloquium takes place on Wednesdays from 1:20-3:20 PM EST.

Module 1: WHAT WOULD IT TAKE: TO REDUCE PREVENTABLE DEATHS AND ADDRESS THE UNDERLYING DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH AND INEQUITY?

Class 1 | August 31
The Supreme Court at War: Individual Rights, the Regulatory State, and the Possibility of Collective Action

Moderator: Lawrence Gostin, O’Neill Institute

Speakers:


Class 2 | September 7
Organizing Session


Class 3 | September 14
Black Maternal Mortality

Moderator: Sonia Canzater, O’Neill Institute

Speakers:

  • Christina Marea, Georgetown University; DC Maternal Mortality Review Committee
  • Aza Nedhari, Mamatoto Village; DC Maternal Mortality Review Committee

Class 4 | September 21
Healthcare and the Political Determinants of Health

Speakers:

  • Katie Keith, O’Neill Institute
  • Chris Jennings, Jennings Policy Strategies
  • Adam Buckalew, alb Solutions

Class 5 | September 28
Grappling with Extreme Poverty

Speakers:

  • Peter B. Edelman, Georgetown University Law Center

Class 6 | October 5
The Next Frontier in Abortion Access

Speakers:

  • Rebecca Reingold, O’Neill Institute
  • Elizabeth Ling, If/when/how
  • Elizabeth Nash, Guttmacher

Class 7 | October 12
The Next Frontier in Abortion Access

Speakers:

  • Regina LaBelle, O’Neill Institute

Module 2: WHAT WOULD IT TAKE: TO PREPARE FOR THE NEXT GLOBAL HEALTH EMERGENCY? 

Class 8 | October 19
The Next Frontiers of COVID-19

Speakers:

  • Ashish Jha, White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator
  • Julie Gerberding, Foundation for the National Institutes of Health
  • Steve Morrison, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Class 9 | October 26
The Exploding Monkeypox Pandemic

Speakers:

  • Demetre Daskalakis, White House
  • Greg Millett, amfAR

Class 10 | November 2
Strengthening the Global Health Architecture

Moderator: John T. Monahan, The Lancet Institute, O’Neill Institute, Georgetown Commission on the Legal Determinants of Health

Speakers:

  • Mara Burr, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Alvaro Santos, Georgetown University
  • Deus Bazira, Center for Global Health Practice and Impact, Georgetown University
  • Rebecca Katz, Georgetown Center for Global Health Science and Security

Class 11 | November 9
Improving Global Disease Surveillance While Protecting Privacy and Individual Rights

Speakers:

  • Sharifah Sekalala, University of Warwick
  • Spiros Dimolitsas, Georgetown Research & Chief Technology Officer
  • Seble Kassaye, Georgetown School of Medicine

Class 12 | November 16
Pollution and Climate Change


Class 13 | November 30
Health Care Workers and Health Facilities in War Zones

Speakers:

  • Len Rubenstein, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Joanne Liu, Doctors Without Borders

Issues

Global Health Law

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