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April 24—A Changing World: Past and Present Threats to the Public’s Health
Focus: Issues that arise in the event of a pandemic as well as the link between animal and human health, and a discussion of ethical issues that could emerge in the wake of a pandemic.
University Host: Frank B. Cerra, senior vice president for health sciences and McKnight Presidential Leadership chair
Moderator: Jon. S. Hallberg, assistant professor, Family Medicine Practice and Community Health
Presenters: William D Hueston, professor, Clinical and Population Sciences, adjunct professor, Epidemiology; Jeffrey P. Kahn, Maas Family Endowed Chair in Bioethics, director and
professor, Center for Bioethics; and Michael T. Osterholm, professor, Division of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, and director, Center for Infectious Diseases, Research, and Policy
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