Seven events in five days — click here for an overview of the week’s programming.

Monday September 24 | Public Lecture | 6pm – 8pm

Conflict and the Global Threat of PandemicsHarvard Museum of Natural History

Michele BarrySenior Associate Dean of Global Health; Director, Center for Innovation in Global Health; Professor of Medicine; Senior Fellow, Woods Institute for the Evironment and Freeman Spogli Institute all at Stanford University

 

Tuesday September 25 | Panel Discussion | 3pm – 6pm

Global Disease Outbreaks: Shaping Public Health Infrastructure & Investments

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

 

Tuesday September 25 | Public Discussion | 6.30pm – 9pm

Emerging Infections Then & Now

Countway Library of Medicine

Wednesday September 26 | Symposium | 10am – 1pm

Media in the Age of Contagions

Harvard Law School

 

 

Wednesday September 26 | Film Screening | 6pm – 9pm

Screening of Contagion with a discussion featuring screenwriter Scott Burns & scientific advisers

Harvard Commons, Richard A. & Susan F. Smith Campus Center

 

 

Thursday September 27 | Symposium | 4pm – 7pm

Vaccines for Outbreaks in the Modern World

Harvard Law School

 

Thursday September 27 | Outbreak Week Reception | 7:30 – 9 pm

Harvard Global Health Institute

 

Friday September 28 | Flagship Event | 8.30am – 4pm

Preventing Epidemics in a Connected World

Wasserstein Hall

 

 

Thursday October 4th | Public Discussion | 12.00pm – 1:30pm

20th Century Plague: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How It Changed the World

Cabot Science Library, Science Center