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The Harvard Chan Studio is the hub for the School’s premiere live and livestreamed events. We convene global leaders in health policy, advocacy, industry, and research for insightful conversations about public health’s most pressing challenges and most promising solutions.


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From idea to impact: The new market for public health entrepreneurs

June 14, 2022 | Go to the event page


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June 14th, 2022 @ 1:00 pm

From idea to impact: The new market for public health entrepreneurs

Virtual

Hosted by Harvard Public Health Magazine Investors have traditionally given short shrift to public health, seeing it as a field for do-gooders, not a vehicle for profits. But that’s starting to change. More academic researchers and public health professionals are seeking to take their discoveries commercial, and more investors are willing to listen. In this panel, Harvard Public Health magazine brings together founders and investors to talk about the challenges — and rewards— of developing affordable goods and services aimed … Continue reading "From idea to impact: The new market for public health entrepreneurs"


June 9th, 2022 @ 12:00 pm

A global perspective on sustainable growth: A Q&A with Mamphela Ramphele

Mamphela Ramphele is on a mission. The celebrated activist, physician, businesswoman, and political thinker argues that the “well-being of a few is well-being of none.” She envisions a radically different world — one that is equitable, sustainable, and peaceful. And she is determined to help guide us toward that better future. As co-president of The Club of Rome, Ramphele brings together leaders from around the globe to think through the urgent challenges of our day, including the need to reframe … Continue reading "A global perspective on sustainable growth: A Q&A with Mamphela Ramphele"


June 6th, 2022 @ 12:00 pm

Dismantling disinformation

An on-demand video will be posted after the event. We’ve all seen the perils of disinformation. So, how do we combat it? This panel will explore concrete proposals for dismantling disinformation in communities, on social media, and through public policy and regulation. We’ll bring together experts from multiple fields — including communication, education, behavioral psychology, and First Amendment law — to tackle an issue that could well shape the future of public health. This is a conversation about solutions and … Continue reading "Dismantling disinformation"


May 23rd, 2022 @ 12:00 pm

View from the Hill: A conversation with Sen. Michael Bennet

Presented jointly with POLITICO Sen. Michael Bennet has called for dramatically expanding the public health workforce and rethinking the federal role in spurring development of critical therapeutics, such as next-generation antibiotics. An outspoken supporter of reproductive rights, he has also has raised concerns about what he calls “the radical nature of this Supreme Court” and the prospect that Roe v. Wade will be overturned. Bennet will talk about these proposals and his other work in the health care arena, including … Continue reading "View from the Hill: A conversation with Sen. Michael Bennet"


May 20th, 2022 @ 12:00 pm

View from the Hill: A conversation with Rep. Lauren Underwood

Presented jointly with POLITICO Rep. Lauren Underwood brings a unique perspective to Capitol Hill. The youngest African-American woman ever to serve in the House, she is a registered nurse and former senior adviser to the Department of Health and Human Services, where she helped communities prepare for bioterrorism threats and other public health emergencies. The Illinois Democrat will discuss emergency preparedness, Black maternal health, reproductive rights, gun violence, disinformation, and other issues at the top of her agenda in this … Continue reading "View from the Hill: A conversation with Rep. Lauren Underwood"

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