Bloomsbury Humanitarian Debate
- John Snow Lecture Theatre, WC1E London
The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) is launching its Centre for Global Non-communicable Disease with a one-day Symposium on Wednesday 25th April. This Symposium seeks to build on the momentum from the recent UN High Level Meeting on NCDs.
Speakers and session chairs include:
Professor Robert Beaglehole, University of Auckland
Dr Nils Billo, International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
Professor Ruth Bonita, University of Auckland
Professor Shah Ebrahim, LSHTM
Professor Majid Ezzati, Imperial College
Celina Gorre, Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases
Professor Sir Andrew Haines (LSHTM)
Dr Richard Horton, The Lancet
Professor Anne Johnson, University College London
Dr Sandeep Kishore, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network
Professor David Leon, LSHTM
Paul Lincoln, National Heart Forum
Professor Stephen MacMahon, George Centre for Health Care Innovation
Professor Jorn Olsen, International Epidemiological Association
Modi Mwatsama, National Heart Forum
Professor Robyn Norton, George Centre for Health Care Innovation
Professor Neil Pearce, LSHTM
Professor Peter Piot, LSHTM
Professor Martin Prince, Centre for Global Mental Health
Professor Laura Rodrigues, LSHTM
Professor Isabel dos Santos Silva, LSHTM
It is intended that the LSHTM Centre for Global Non-communicable Disease will act as a reference for people involved in NCD research both inside and outside of the School. The Centre will lead to the sharing and dissemination of information, knowledge and expertise, and the development of new research and policy initiatives. The Centre will take a global approach, and one of the aims of the Centre will be to promote collaboration and communication between researchers in LMICs and those in HICs.
Registration for the standard ticket including lunch closes Thursday 19th April
Registration for the standard ticket without lunch closes Monday 23rd April
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