About the series
Conversations in Global Health is flagship event series from the Center for Global Child Health Research. The Center’s aim with Conversations is to foster collaboration through group discussion. The series’ unique format puts discourse on equal footing with pedagogy through two short presentations curated to complement (and occasionally supplement) each other.
- October 2022 (Georgiana Purdy and Diane Stadler)
- January 2022 (Cindy McEvoy and Fikadu Tafesse)
- November 2021 (Peter Spencer and Alex Foster)
- April 2021 (Brian Scottoline and Daniel Streblow)
- January 2020 (Bill Messer)
- October 2019 (Deborah Lewinsohn and Marcel Curlin)
- June 2019 (Christina Lancioni and Seth O'Neal)
Housed within the Papé Family Pediatric Research Institute, the Center for Global Child Health Research is committed to improving the outcomes of child health worldwide, with an especial focus on resource-poor settings and populations. Our means for engaging this goal is collaborative research in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of childhood infection. Our community begins with the excellence of our team at OHSU and extends to the network of child health researchers we are establishing throughout the world.
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