HSPH alumnus Donald Hopkins joins Jimmy Carter, Nicholas Kristof, for global health chat

Donald Hopkins, MPH ’70, internationally recognized for his work on smallpox and Guinea worm disease eradication efforts, joined former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof on September 10, 2013 for a special video chat, “Global Health: How We Can Make a Difference,” to kick off a new series called Conversations on Google+ launching later this fall.

Hopkins is the Carter Center’s vice president for health programs and a former interim director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Watch a recording of the event.

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