5th Annual BUSPH Pharmaceuticals Symposium: The Politics of Access
We hope you will join fellow Boston University School of Public Health students, colleagues, alumni, and affiliates for the BUSPH Pharmaceuticals Program's 5th Annual Symposium,
The Politics of Access:
The Impact of U.S. Government Policies on Pharmaceutical Markets and Public Health
The event will include a panel of professionals from across the board who are making an impact in the field of pharmaceutical access. An alumni luncheon before the program and concluding reception will provide attendees with the chance to reconnect, network, and learn from one another.
Please RSVP for the event via Eventbrite by 5pm Friday, March 18. Professional Dress requested for all attendees.
BU Alumnus, Dr. Howard Koh
Former U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services;
Harvey V. Fineberg Professor of the Practice of Public Health Leadership, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and Harvard Kennedy School;
Former Commissioner of Public Health for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Robert Coughlin, President, MassBio
- Pamela Gavin, COO, National Organization of Rare Disorders
- Dr. David Jones, Assistant Professor, BU School of Public Health
- Lora Pellegrini, President and CEO, Massachusetts Association of Health Plans
- David Seltz, Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Policy Commission
Moderated by Dr. Susan Windham-Bannister, former President and CEO of Mass Life Sciences Center
For more information on each of our panelists, please visit the Pharmaceuticals Program website.
Want to learn more? Interested in sponsoring the event?
Please email SPHpharm@bu.edu for additional info.
Date: Friday, March 25, 2016
Time: Program 1:00 - 5:00p.m.,
Wine and cheese networking reception 5:00 - 6:00p.m.
Location: BU School of Medicine, Hiebert Lounge
72 E. Concord Street, 14th Floor
Boston, MA 02118
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Boston University School of Public Health Pharmaceuticals Program