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A bold new initiative

Meharry launches first School of Global Health in U.S.

Step inside the minds of health care leaders across the country with a new series aimed at spreading factual, informative and inspiring knowledge through conversations with a list of influential and knowledgeable health and policy experts in various fields. Hosted by James E.K. Hildreth, Ph.D., M.D., infectious disease expert and researcher and CEO and president of one of the country’s four HBCU medical institutions, Meharry Medical College, our first season focuses on relevant and interesting topics around health that will be effective in enhancing the dissemination of health care-based research and knowledge. We’ll provide an invigorating outlet for the voices of these empowered figures, who talk openly and honestly about their journey in medicine and policy, their motivations, the challenges they’ve overcome and their hopes for the future of health care.

 

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