Sunday, January 31, 2016

Adalja Lecture: Infectious Diseases and National Security

If you live in Colorado, you might be interested in this upcoming dinner lecture by Dr. Amesh Adalja: "Infectious Diseases and National Security" (March 12, 2016).  I've already purchased my ticket!

Here's the announcement and the link to register:

Hungry Minds Speaker Series

Food for the body. Food for the mind.

Infectious Diseases and National Security
This talk will discuss the intersection of infectious disease emergencies and national security, with special attention to the speaker’s experiences with the ongoing Ebola and measles outbreaks as well as bioterrorism and biowarfare. The talk will also address the field of public health, delineating the proper role of government as well as the role of experts in shaping policy and engaging with the public.

A Dinner and Talk featuring
Dr Amesh Adalja
Senior Associate, UPMC Center for Health Security
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Critical Care Medicine
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Adjunct Instructor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine University of Pittsburgh Medical Center


Saturday March 12, 2016
5:00 – 9:00 PM

C.B. & Potts
6575 S Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Englewood, CO 80111

5:00 PM: Cocktails, Dinner (Cash)
7:00 PM: Announcements
7:15 PM: Talk with Q/A

Advance General Admission: $35 per person ($40 after 3/4)
At the Door General Admission: $40 per person
Seating at Head Table with Speaker (space limited): $75 ($80 after 3/4)
Please Note: Purchase does not include dinner; order directly at event
Online reservations through March 9, or at the door.