Milton J. Rosenau Lecture Series

About the Rosenau Lecture Series

The Rosenau Lectures celebrated the centennial of the landmark Rosenau paper on public health training published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in March 1915. As this celebration of public health’s past naturally led to consideration of the future of the field, the Lecture Series was developed as an intellectual companion to the Research Strategy Review.

The Lectures investigated the future of the field from the perspective of a public health luminary, each focused on one of the four School Campaign themes:

  • Poverty and Humanitarian Crises – Michael G. Marmot
  • Harmful Physical and Social Environments – K. Srinath Reddy
  • Failing Health Systems – Anne Mills
  • Old and New Pandemics – Jeremy Farrar

Click here to learn more about the lectures.

Inaugural Lecture:

Monday, May 2, 2015
Health Equity in an Unequal World
Featured Speaker:
Professor Sir Michael G. Marmot, MBBS, MPH, PhD, FRCP, FFPHM, FMedSci, FBA
Director, UCL Institute of Health Equity (Marmot Institute)
Watch the event video here.