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Visiting Scholars

visiting scholars insetThe Emory Global Health Institutes brings Visiting Scholars to the Emory Campus to discuss a wide range of global health topics. EGHI Visiting Scholars and their topics include:

Sir George Alleyne, OCC, MD, FRCP, FACP; Chancellor, University of the West Indies
(EGHI Distinguished Visiting Lecturer)
Global Health in Universities
Fall 2013

Sir Michael G. Marmot, MBBS, PhD, MPH; Director, University College London Institute of Health Equity
(EGHI Distinguished Visiting Lecturer)
Fair Society, Healthy Lives
Fall 2013

Robert F. Breiman, MD; Country Director, CDC Kenya
(Dr. Breiman became Director of EGHI in March 2013)
In Search of the Emerald City: Urbanization and Health in Africa
Summer 2012

K. Srinath Reddy, MD, DM; President, Public Health Foundation of India
Sheth Lecture in Indian Studies: University Health Coverage in an Emerging Economy: Will India Accomplish its Goal?
Winter 2012

John Kolkin, MD; Professional Photographer, Health Coach, and Retired Hand Surgeon
Equilibrium: A Discussion of Balancing a Career in Health Care and the Arts
Spring 2011

Stephen Blount, MD; Director of Coordination Office for Global Health, CDC
Haiti and Emory Part II: Discussing Possible Collaborations and Partnerships for Working in Haiti
Winter 2011

Stephen Blount, MD; Director of Coordination Office for Global Health, CDC
Haiti and Emory: What Have We Done and What Can We Do?
Fall 2010

Olive Shisana, MA, ScD; CEO, Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)
Exploring Global Health Collaborations between Emory University and South Africa’s HSRC
Fall 2010

Bruria Adini, MD; Senior Consultant, Israeli Ministry of Health
An Israeli Perspective on Emergency Response Challenges
Fall 2010

Michael Phillips, MD, MA, MPH; Executive Director, Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center
Conducting Research in China: Experiences, Lessons, and Practical Tips
Summer 2010

Margaret Chan, MD; Director-General, World Health Organization
Public Health in an Interdependent World: Cash Commodities, Capacities, and Conspiracies
Spring 2010

Michael Phillips, MD, MA, MPH; Executive Director, Beijing Suicide Research and Prevention Center
Assessing Mental Health in China: A New Approach to Defining the Problem
Winter 2010

K. Srinath Reddy, MD, DM; President, Public Health Foundation of India
Prevention of Non-communicable Diseases is Vital to the Global Development Agenda
Summer 2009

Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge, Member of Parliament, Republic of South Africa
Democracy Needs Leaders Who Are Prepared to Serve the People
Spring 2008

Solomon R. Benatar, MBChB, DSc; Director, University of Cape Town Bioethics Center
Prospects for Global Health
Spring 2008

Flemming Konradsen, PhD; Professor, University of Copenhagen
Addressing Environmental Health Problems in Low-income Countries: The Need for Research and Innovation at the Community Level
Spring 2008

Arvind Singhal, PhD; Professor, Scripps College of Communications, Ohio University
Global Health Communications: Visiting Professor at Emory College
Spring Semester, 2007