Brian Honermann, J.D.
Tuesday, October 30, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 
Atrium (Room 1107), Stamp Student Union

Please save the date for the 3rd annual Global Health & Culture lecture series with Brian Honermann, J.D. The lecture will take place from 2:00-3:15 p.m. followed by a reception from 3:15-4:00 p.m. 

Brian Honermann, J.D. is the deputy director of public policy at amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research. His work primarily focuses on data transparency, human rights, access to medicines, and - more recently - the impact of the Expanded Mexico City Policy on the global HIV response. Previously, he worked for the AIDS Law Project and SECTION27 in Johannesburg, South Africa helping bring anti-discrimination and access to health care cases for people living with HIV. Brian also worked for the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University conducting program evaluations on pediatric HIV programs.

The Global Health and Culture lecture series facilitates interdisciplinary engagements focused on the social context of health among the University of Maryland community, especially undergraduate students. The Global Health and Culture lecture series is a collaborative effort between the College of Behavioral & Social Sciences and the School of Public Health. Public Health without Borders is a co-sponsor of the 2018 Global Health and Culture Lecture. 

The Global Health & Culture lecture series aims to promote interdisciplinary engagement---especially among undergratuate students---focusing on the social context of health. It was established in 2016 as a collaborative partnership between the School of Public Health and the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, and is made possible by many co-sponsors including SPH, BSOS, the Office of Undergraduate Studies, MIAEH, the Department of Anthropology, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Pepsi Enhancement Fund, Public Health without Borders, and College Park Scholars. 

For questions or inquiries, please contact Thurka Sangaramoorthy at tsangara@umd.edu and Lis Maring at efmaring@umd.edu.