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Health Security in a Disordered World
August 6, 2018 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Organized by Center for Strategic and International Studies
August 6 2018
10:30AM – 12:30PM PDT
The CSIS Commission on Strengthening America’s Health Security is proud to host a public event on U.S. leadership in meeting the burgeoning health needs of vulnerable populations living in the midst of conflict and disorder.
In today’s world, chronic wars and unstable and fragile states have proliferated, giving rise to over 65 million refugees and displaced persons. This has brought forward ever more urgent needs to detect and control disease outbreaks, ensure reproductive, maternal, and child health services, sustain immunizations, and protect against violence. How is the United States to lead in meeting these critical health security needs?
The speakers include:
- Mark Richards; Provost – University of Washington
- J. Stephen Morrison; Senior Vice President and Director – CSIS Global Health Policy Center
- Senator Patty Murray; U.S. Senator (D-WA) (Keynote Address)
- Margaret “Peggy” Hamburg; Foreign Secretary – National Academy of Medicine
- Steve Davis; President and CEO – PATH
- Scott Dowell; Deputy Director for Surveillance and Epidemiology – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- Beth Bell; Clinical Professor, Department of Global Health and UW MetaCenter for Pandemic Preparedness and Global Health Security – University of Washington
- Pamela Collins; Professor, Departments of Global Health and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences – University of Washington
- Ambassador Jimmy Kolker; Former Assistant Secretary for Global Affairs – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services