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Access and Delivery of Essential Medicines

Access and Delivery of Essential Medicines (ADEM) - MED 204

This course hosts a series of talks discussing innovative business models and technologies that seek to improve clinical outcomes in resource-poor

This course is being held during Autumn 2012 quarter on Tuesdays from 5:15 - 6:30 PM in Alway M-112 classroom. For more information, contact Michael Henderson.

The dates, speakers and topics are below.

September 24: Bioventures for Global Health, Jennifer Dent, Vice President, Commercializatoin and Alliance Management, Bio Ventures & Roopa Ramamoorthi, Manager of Scientific Affairs, Bio Ventures.

October 1: Tuberculosis in North Korea, Gary Schoolnik, Professor of Medicine in Infectious Diseases, Stanford School of Medicine

October 8: Stanford Patent Office, Kirsten Leute, Senior Licensing Associate, Stanford University

October 15: Stanford's SPARK Program, Kevin Grimes, Consulting Professor, Chemical and Systems Biology

October 22: Riders for Health Evaluation in Zambia, Lesley Sept, Associate Director of the Stanford Global Supply Chain Management Forum, Sonali Rammohan, Assistant Director, Global Supply Chain Management Forum and Davis Albohm, Project Manager, Stanford University's Graduate School of Business Socially and Environmentally Responsible Supply Chains Program and George Muwowo, Program Manager at Stanford University

October 29: Molecular Diagnostics, Ellen Jo Baron, Emeritus Faculty, Pathology, Stanford School of Medicine

November 5: Cost-Effectiveness in Global Health, Julia Walsh, Adjunct Professor, School of Public Health, UC Berkeley

November 12: Gilead Science - International Access Operations, Chris Milks, Senior Manager, Commercial FP and A

November 19: Healthstore Foundation, Scott Hillstrom, Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder, Healthstore Foundation and Greg Starbird, Chief Executive Officer, Healthstore Foundation

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