IPH Lecture Series
The Institute of Public Health invites 2-3 times a year public health professors, scientists and researchers from all over the world to present about relevant topics in the fields of epidemiology, biostatistics and public health, among others. Following the lecture, a reception gives the opportunity to exchange ideas with the speaker, colleagues and students.
The lectures will be held in English, registration is recommended.
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Due to the currently difficult planning of larger events, no IPH Lectures are scheduled for the near future. As soon as the situation allows, we will announce new dates.
All IPH events can be found in the calendar of events.
01.07.2020 - Kathryn Rexrode, Harvard Medical School
Online lecture "Metabolomics of Cardiovascular Disease in Women",
23.10.2019 - John Gill, University of British Columbia
"Understanding and communicating risk of rare but serious health complications – an example from living kidney donation"
18.10.2018 - Maria Glymour, UCSF School of Medicine
“Are we ready for a biomarker-only based diagnostic criterion for research in Alzheimer's Disease?”
17.04.2018 - Julie Buring, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
"The Complexity of Clinical Trials in the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: An Investigator's Perspective"
12.10.2016 - Sandro Galeo, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
"New directions in population health science: from risks to consequences"