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PUBLIC HEALTH LECTURE SERIES

INTRODUCTION

The Public Health Lecture Series consists of five annual lectures designed to raise awareness of public health issues and introduce our audience to emerging ideas from leading experts in the areas of statistics, public health practice, scientific investigation, family and child health, and behavioral health.

 

 


 

The links below provide complete information about each lecture.

Janet L. Norwood Lecture

The Janet L. Norwood Lecture is delivered each year by the winner of the Janet L. Norwood Award for Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in the Statistical Sciences.

Carole W. Samuelson Endowed Lectureship in Public Health Practice

To recognize her courage, tenacity, and leadership in promoting quality health and educational services to the public, in 2002 her friends and colleagues established the Carole W. Samuelson Endowed Lectureship in Public Health Practice at the UAB School of Public Health.

Distinguished Alumni Investigator Lecture

The Distinguished Alumnus award recognizes a graduate of five years or greater who has promoted its mission of promoting health and preventing disease.

Ann Dial McMillan Endowed Lectureship in Family and Child Health

The Ann Dial McMillan Lecture on Family Health, part of the Public Health Lecture Series, is a unique interdisciplinary lectureship designed to tap into and promote public health breakthroughs relevant to family and children’s health.

Glenwood Endowed Lectureship

The Glenwood Endowed Lectureship began in 2005 as a collaboration between Glenwood and the UAB School of Public Health. The purpose of the lectureship is to link the clinical service expertise of Glenwood with the research and teaching expertise of UAB.