Distinguished Lectures

Distinguished Lecture Series


"Narrative Risks in Clinical Medicine: Why Healthcare Providers Should Think Like Creative Writers"

Jay Baruch, MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Director of the Program in Clinical Arts and Humanities
Alpert Medical School at Brown University

March 11, 2015


"Vulnerability: Challenges to Bioethics in a Global Context"

Henk A.M.J. ten Have, MD, Ph.D.
Director and Professor, McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Center for Healthcare Ethics
Duquesne University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

April 16, 2014


"600 Preventable Deaths/Day: Cancer Disparities and Community Based Research"

Edward E. Partridge, MD
Director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center
University of Alabama at Birmingham

December 4, 2013


"African Americans and Smallpox Vaccination: The Philadelphia Experience, 1730-1923"

Dayle B. DeLancey, PhD
Assistant Professor
University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

December 1, 2010


"Race and the New Biocitizen"

Dorothy E. Roberts, JD
Kirkland & Ellis Professor of Law
Northwestern University School of Law

May 5, 2010


"Evidence for Effective Upper Extremity Rehabilitation Among Patients With Stroke: Present Perspectives - Future Prognostications"

Steven L. Wolf, PhD, PT
Center for Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, Emory University

May 7, 2008


"Medical Discovery, Social Justice and the Future of Disparities in Health"

Paul Wise, MD, MPH
Professor, Stanford University

April 23, 2008