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Chronic diseases in Africa topic of VUSM dean’s lecture Sept. 27

Sep. 24, 2011, 10:57 PM

Dr. Michelle Holmes (photo courtesy of Harvard School of Public Health)

Michelle Holmes, an associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the H
arvard School of Public Health, will talk about “The Next Health Frontier: Chronic Diseases in Africa” at noon Tuesday, Sept. 27, in Light Hall, Room 208.

Holmes will give the David Satcher Lecture as part of the 2011-12 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Dean’s Lecture Series in conjunction with the 
Vanderbilt Master of Public Health Program and
 the Office for Diversity at VUMC.

Lunch is provided with an RSVP by noon Monday, Sept. 26.

Contact: Sarah Creekmore Woodall, (615) 322-5007
sarah.c.woodall@vanderbilt.edu

 

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