Speaker event in New York - Solving Global Health Problems

How do we solve the problems of health and nutrition globally?
An interactive discussion with Chief of Health at Unicef, Dr. Stefan Swartling Peterson, about the difficulties of solving health care and nutritional challenges in the modern era. The event will take place at Mexico Lindo (459 2nd Ave, New York), with cocktails and hors d'oevres.

How do we best face the global health challenges of today and of the future? With an increasing world population, refugee numbers reaching record highs, and global warming causing new threats every day, will there ever be an easy answer? 

Who better to discuss these issues with than Chief of Health at Unicef, Dr. Stefan Swartling Peterson? Stefan is Professor of Global Health at Uppsala University, Sweden, and, prior to that, at the Global Health Division of Karolinska Institutet, Sweden. He has also been a visiting professor at Makerere University in Uganda.

As a health systems researcher and medical doctor, Dr. Peterson did extensive field work in Tanzania and Uganda, and worked with different ministries of health, and organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO). He implemented projects supported by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), the Gates Foundation, and the European Union. He was a co-founder of Médecins Sans Frontières Sweden and the CCM Task Force Operations Research Group. Dr. Peterson is a medical doctor with degrees in Medicine, Public Health and a PHD in International Pediatrics.  
Date & Time:
December 4, 2017
6:oo pm - 8:00 pm

Mexico Lindo
459 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10010

$35. Click here to get your ticket!
(Tickets include food and drinks in a Swedish/Mexican fusion style and the restaurant will be open exclusively to our guests).

Best regards, 

Per Ståhle
Chairman of the Board
Uppsala University U.S. Alumni Chapter
New York