Wednesday, November 11, 2020
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Watch the event on YouTube.
How can the United States improve the public health response to the pandemic with new or existing leadership? How will the new administration tackle public health challenges more broadly?
In this Watson/SPH discussion, we will take a closer look at how the US election will impact international relations, and how we navigate the changing landscape of global health. Speakers include scholars and practitioners with expertise in Africa, India, China, and more.
President Christina H. Paxson will provide introductory remarks.
- Junaid Ahmad ’83, Country Director for the World Bank in India
- Loyce Pace, President, and Executive Director, Global Health Council
- John Nkengasong, MSc, Ph.D., Director of the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Edward Steinfeld, Howard R. Swearer Director of the Thomas J. Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
Dean Ashish K. Jha will moderate the discussion.
An interactive audience Q&A will follow.
Cosponsored by the Watson Institute and the School of Public Health.