MAC-EPID's 30th symposium!

"Malaria Ecology and Epidemiology: 

Challenges to Interrupting Transmission" 

Honoring Mark Wilson

October 26, 2018

M1020, School of Public Health II

1415 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, MI 48109


All events are FREE and open to the public but please register so we can provide appropriate quantities of food.  Thank you!
If you will need access to our lactation room email at least 1 week prior to event.
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12:30 PM - Sign In and Coffee 

1:00 PM - Opening Remarks 
Betsy Foxman, PhD (Hunein F. and Hilda Maassab Endowed Professor of Epidemiology and Director of the Center for Molecular and Clinical Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases (MAC-EPID))
Joseph Eisenberg, PhD, MPH (Chair and Professor of Epidemiology, Professor of Global Public Health)

1:15 PM - "Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Analyses of Communicable Diseases in New York City"
Sharon Greene, PhD, MPH (Director, Data Analysis Unit, Bureau of Communicable Disease, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)
Introduced by Elyse Davis

2:15 PM - Break with snacks

2:45 PM -  "Strengthening malaria surveillance for targeting and tailoring elimination interventions 
Justin Cohen, PhD, MPH (
Senior Director, Global Malaria, 
Clinton Health Access Initiative
Introduced by Jess Millar

3:45 PM - Break with snacks

4:15 PM - "
Silent threat, blatant challenge or minimal risk? Low density infections and malaria 
Kim Lindblade, PhD, MPH (
Team Lead, Elimination Unit, Global Malaria Programme, World Health 
Introduced by Leon Espira

5:30 PM - Epidemiology Alumni Reception (held in the Community Room 1680 SPH I, across Washington Heights)

Thank you to our sponsors: Gudakunst Lectureship, MAC-EPID, Dept of Epidemiology, and Public Health.  
MAC-EPID symposia are also supported through donations from people like you.