Research Cafe : Global Health Disparities
An interactive discussion on
Global Health Disparities
Dr. Courtney Queen
Thursday, Oct. 18, 3:00pm at Cougar Grounds
Free coffee and snacks provided
What are Research Cafes?
Research Cafes are informal, interactive discussions open to everyone interested in the topic being presented. Participation in the dialogue between the audience and the speaker is strongly encouraged.
Who should attend?
ALL MAJORS interested in discussing the challenges and solutions to global health disparities
What will be discussed?
- Primary challenges to ending global health disparities
- History and current overview of topic.
- Case studies and current research being done on the topic.
- Opportunities in every field to combat the issue and HOW YOU CAN BE A PART OF THE SOLUTION to ending global health disparities.
About Dr. Courtney Queen
Dr. Courtney Queen is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Houston, Abramson Center for the Future of Health in the College of Technology. Her research examines eliminating health disparities for the medically underserved through introducing non-invasive, low-cost, end-user devices for the early detection and management of diseases. Dr. Queen brings the perspective of a Sociologist who has dedicated her education and career to eliminating health disparities for the medically underserved through research, service, training, and teaching.
Moderated by: Fellowship of Tier One Scholars
Hosted by: UH Learning through Discovery, contact Dan Cato, firstname.lastname@example.org