Events

May 18, 2015

This panel discussion will focus on how key local stakeholders are working to build systems capable of addressing long-term global health issues like noncommunicable diseases while maintaining resilience to outbreaks like Ebola. In light of the need to develop domestic financing mechanisms to pay for long term health solutions, stakeholders are moving beyond public-private partnerships to a model of country stakeholder engagement that includes and leverages the strengths of all actors. Event highlights and video

March 27, 2015

Management Sciences for Health invites you to a discussion on Ebola, Epidemics, and Rebuilding Health Systems with Dr. Peter Piot (co-discoverer of the Ebola virus) and Dr. Jonathan D. Quick (President and CEO of MSH). The discussion will be moderated by the Boston Globe's Stefanie Friedhoff. Parking available at the Back Bay Garage, 199 Clarendon Street. $7 voucher will be available for guests. Please bring your parking ticket with you. Kindly RSVP by March 20 at communications@msh.org. Live coverage on Twitter @MSHHealthImpact with hashtag #Ebola.

March 26, 2015

MSH is a founding member of the Massachusetts Global Health Alliance (MGHA) and is excited to share this event.  The Massachusetts Global Health Alliance (MGHA) welcomes Seun Adebiyi. Come hear Seun speak about surviving cancer, founding the Bone Marrow Registry in Nigeria, his global leadership in cancer advocacy, and how he did it all while training for the Olympics.

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