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Presented by the Office of Student Affairs, the Food for Thought Series is designed to bring the Pitt Public Health community together for thoughtful discussion of today's issues - over food! Events are open to the entire school community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni. 

Upcoming

Mon 4/3/2017 3:00PM - 5:00PM
From Obamacare to Trumpcare - the challenge of expanding coverage in the U.S.
Public Health Lecture Hall (A115)

Why has it proven so difficult to achieve national, universal access to medical care in the U.S.? Come hear from a Pittsburgh family about their experience with the Affordable Care Act’s insurance expansion. Plus, historical and current data illustrating the challenges and accomplishments of recent health policy, and explanation of legislative changes to the ACA proposed in Congress. 

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Pitt Public Health Food for Thought

Grand Rounds Peter Salk - Polio Eradication: Prospects and Progress

Wednesday 1/18 5:45PM - 7:00PM
Public Health Auditorium (G023)

How can we complete the eradication of polio? Dr. Peter Salk will share his thoughts in a Food for Thought lecture on the challenges of eliminating the world's last few cases of polio. The son of Dr. Jonas Salk--who invented the polio vaccine introduced in 1955--Dr. Peter Salk is director and president of the Jonas Salk Legacy Foundation and a visiting professor in IDM. Learn more in this interview by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Can't make it in person? Watch the lecture on Facebook LIVE at www.facebook.com/PittPublicHealth.


Part of the Office of Student Affairs' Food for Thought Series, designed to bring the Pitt Public Health community together for thoughtful discussion of today's issues - over food! Events are open to faculty, staff, and students.

Last Updated On Tuesday, January 17, 2017 by Borkowski, Matthew Gerard
Created On Friday, December 09, 2016

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