This panel-style event provides the opportunity to engage with faculty experts on critical science policy issues ahead of the midterm elections. We will discuss women's health and reproductive rights, led by Dr. Diane Hovarth, the director of Whole Women's Health of Baltimore; climate change, led by Dr. Tom Burke, former EPA Deputy Assistant Administrator and Science Adviser; and the opioid crisis, led by Dr. Travis Rieder from the Berman Institute of Bioethics. Attendees are welcome to ask questions and provide comments on these and other important science policy issues.
Free food will be provided!
Make sure that come November 6, you know which candidates stand with and stand up for science!!
Located in Room W2030 in Bloomberg School of Public Health.