Leaders in LGBTQ Health Lecture Series

 

In celebration of our fifth anniversary, ISGMH is hosting a year-long Leaders in LGBTQ Health lecture series throughout 2020. The series will focus on the last 25 years of LGBTQ health research and the people who made—and continue to make—groundbreaking strides in the field. All Leaders in LGBTQ Health lectures will take place at Northwestern University Chicago and Evanston campuses and will be open to the public. For those who cannot attend in-person, lectures will also be available via livestream.

Please check back for updates on 2020 speakers and lectures, and join us for our first Leaders in LGBTQ Health lecture with Dr. Kenneth Mayer. The talk will be held from 12:00 – 1:30pm (CT) on Tuesday, April 21 in the Stonewall Conference Room at 625 N Michigan Avenue, Suite 1400, Chicago IL. Lunch will be provided. You can find more information on the event here.

About the speaker:

Dr. Kenneth Mayer is the Medical Research Director and Co-Chair of The Fenway Institute. Dr. Mayer is also a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School; a Professor, Department of Global Health and Population at Harvard School of Public Health; Director of HIV Prevention Research and Attending Physician at Beth Israel Lahey Health; and Adjunct Professor of Medicine and Community Health at Brown University. Dr. Mayer has served on the national boards of the HIV Medicine Association, the American Foundation for AIDS Research and the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association. He is a member of the Governing Council of the International AIDS Society, and Co-Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Center for Global Health Policy of the Infectious Disease Society of America. His areas of research include international HIV/AIDS, Gay and Bisexual Men’s Health, HIV/AIDS Prevention, Microbicides, PrEP, PEP, Vaccines, Secondary Prevention, HIV/AIDS Treatment, and Antibiotic Use and Molecular Epidemiology of Antibiotic Resistance.

This lecture series is generously supported by the Northwestern University Office of the Provost's Hollister Lecture Fund and by Northwestern Medicine.

This lecture series is generously supported by the Northwestern University Office of the Provost’s Hollister Lecture Fund and by Northwestern Medicine.