In 2017, an estimated 19.9 million infants worldwide did not recieve potentially life saving vaccines. Also, globalization and recent increases in Anti-Vax campaigns have led to outbreaks of diseases like measles, which had previously been eliminated in the United States.
Join UNICEF USA and alumni from the Harvard School of Public Health to network, discuss, and learn more about what you can do, domestically and abroad, to help protect the World's children from preventable diseases.
Beverages and appetizers will be served.
Mark Poznansky M.D., Ph.D.
Associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School
Attending physician in infectious diseases medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)
Director of the Vaccine and Immunotherapy Center (VIC) at MGH
Sanjeet K. Baidwan M.D.
Director of Complex Care at Oscar
Clinical Instructor, Yale School of Medicine
Co-Founder and Co-Director, Yale Cultivate Health
UNICEF USA Senior Director, Global Cause Partnerships
Daniel H. Stephens M.D.
Vice President of Health and Wellness Children's Aid
Fromer Director of Adolescent Medicine at Union Community Health Center (UCHC) in the Bronx
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