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College of Medicine Alumna to Speak on Public Health "Wars" 

 

Susan R. Guarnieri, MD, ’66, will deliver a talk entitled, “Health Wars” at the Maurice “Mo” Mullet Student-Alumni Forum on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 in the Ross Heart Hospital Auditorium at 5:30 p.m.

GuarnierWEB.jpg“From the HIV virus, to food poisonings, to the swine flu, health professionals always have a war to fight,” says Guarnieri. “But, the battle should not be fought by public health professionals alone.” During the forum, Guarnieri will discuss health scares through the years, the challenges of the public health specialty, and the growing need for partnership between public health and clinical medicine.

The Maurice “Mo” Mullet Student-Alumni forum, which occurs every fall and spring at the College of Medicine, is presented by the Medical Student Alumni Council and the Medical Alumni Society. The event is sponsored by Maurice Mullet, MD, ’63, an avid supporter of student-alumni programming and a former member of the Medical Alumni Society Board of Governors.

Susan R. Guarnieri, MD, MPH, is a 1966 graduate of The Ohio State University College of Medicine, and is known for her work in public health, preventive medicine and occupational health. As the former Baltimore City Health Commissioner, she has received numerous awards from the Maryland Legislature and Governor for her work with mental health, child health, TB, and AIDS clinics.

Guarnieri is a lifetime member of Delta Omega and the Honorary Public Health Society. Currently, she serves on the Board of Maryland General Hospital and Health System and Advisory Council at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.  Her most recent assignment is on the Ohio State University Medical Alumni Society Board of Governors.

Event Details

Event: Maurice “Mo” Mullet Student Alumni Forum
Date: Tuesday, December 6th
Time: Dinner 5:30 PM | Forum 6:00 PM
Place: Ross Heart Hospital Auditorium
Registration: Online RSVP required
Thanks to our sponsor, Maurice Mullet, MD, ’63, this event is free and open to the public.

 

Posted on 22-Nov-11 by Geier, Eric
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