Madison Committee
on Foreign Relations

Events

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Upcoming events

    • 20 Apr 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The University Club, 803 State Street, Madison, WI
    This Event Is Co-Sponsored By
    UW-Madison Division of International Studies



    Dr. J. Stephen Morrison, Senior Vice President and Director of the Global Health Policy Center

    Dr. Christopher Olsen, Professor of Public Health in the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and Acting Director of the UW-Madison Global Health Institute

    Dr. Janis Tupesis, Associate Professor and Director of Global Health Programs in the Department of Emergency Medicine, and Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Global Health Oversight Committee, in the School of Medicine and Public Health


    Co-sponsors MCFR and the UW Division of International Studies are hosting a distinguished panel of experts who will discuss the current outlook of the Ebola outbreak, responses in the countries affected and Ebola's impacts worldwide, along with identifying longer-term issues and how responses to those issues might be made.

    Dr. J. Stephen Morrison is a Senior Vice President and Director of the Global Health Policy Center within the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.

    Read the article After the Worst In Liberia and Sierra Leone by J. Stephen Morrison here.



    Dr. Christopher W. Olsen is Professor of Public Health in the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and Acting Director of the UW-Madison Global Health Institute, and a doctor of veterinary medicine.



    Dr. Janis Tupesis is Associate Professor and Director of Global Health Programs in the Department of Emergency Medicine, and Chair of the Graduate Medical Education Global Health Oversight Committee, in the School of Medicine and Public Health.  He is a physician active in studying global diseases and treatments in Africa.

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