Seminars

CPHI’s yearly seminar series highlights the research and expertise of CPHI Fellows, as well as local and national leaders. Many of our seminars pair an academic researcher with a practice professional to bridge the science with actionable steps to improve population health.    

Lunch is provided. Please check back as updates are made to our 2019/2020 Seminar schedule.

Date & Time
Topic & Speaker
Registration
More Information

October 30, 2019

12:00-1:30 PM

Gaulton Auditorium, Biomedical Research Building

421 Curie Blvd.

"Piecing Together the Data on Vaping: What is the Current State?"

Frank Leone, MD, MS, Director of Comprehensive Smoking Treatment Programs, Penn Lung Center

Cheryl Bettigole, MD, Division Director of Chronic Disease Prevention, PDPH

Catherine Maclean, Associate Professor at Temple University

 

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Event Flyer. Read more about Frank Leone, Cheryl Bettigole, and Catherine Maclean.

November 14, 2019

12:00-1:30 pm 

Bodek Lounge, Houston Hall

"Bringing a Data-Driven and Public Health Approach to the District Attorney's Office"

Larry Krasner, District Attorney of Philadelphia

Registration Required:

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Event Flyer. Read more about Larry Krasner.

December 16, 2019

12:00-1:30 pm

Bodek Lounge, Houston Hall

"A Prevention First Approach to Data-Informed Health Policy"

Anand Parekh, MD, MPH, FACP, Bipartisan Policy Center Chief Medical Advisor

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January 28, 2020

5:00-8:00 pm

Harrison Auditorium

Weapons of Math Destruction

Cathy O'Neil, Mathematician and Data Scientist

  Read more about Cathy O'Neil and her book, Weapons of Math Destruction.

February 13, 2020

12:00-1:30 pm

JMEC Law Library

Title TBA

Lyle Ungar, PhD, Professor of Bioengineering, Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania

  Read more about Lyle Ungar.

March Date TBD

Title & Speaker TBA    

April 14, 2020

12:00-1:30 pm

Location TBD

Title TBA

Marty Cetron, MD, Director of the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  Read more about Marty Cetron.