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School of Public Health: Two Years On

On Thursday 2nd May 2013, Professor Dermot Kelleher, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, attended a symposium to mark the second anniversary of the launch of Imperial College London's School of Public Health (SPH).

15.30-15.50         Introduction and Overview of the School of Public Health
                                Professor Elio Riboli
15.50-17.00         SPH Showcase
                                Departmental speakers will highlight research and other School activities
                                Mr Anthony Laverty, Research Assistant, Primary Care and Public Health
                                Dr Ilaria Dorigatti, Research Associate, Infectious Disease Epidemiology
                                Dr Benjamin Lehne, Research Associate, Epidemiology and Biostatistics
                                Dr Ajay Gupta, Clinical Research Fellow, Imperial Clinical Trials Unit
                                Dr Julia El-Sayed Moustafa, Research Associate, Genomics of Common Disease
                                Professor Helen Ward, Education
Dr Sonia Saxena, Athena SWAN
17.00-17.30         Panel Discussion
                                The Future of SPH: Opportunities and Challenges
                                Professor Dermot Kelleher, Professor Elio Riboli and Heads of Departments
17.30-17.40        Q&A
17.40                   Reception


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