BU Advocacy Training Program (BUATP) is partnering with BUSPH Students for Quality Health Care to present a grand rounds given by Dr. Fullilove, Associate Dean of Minority and Community Affairs at Columbia University’s School of Public Health. Dr. Fullilove, a distinguished advocate for breaking barriers to care for minority populations, is coming to BUSM to talk about healthcare in the US prison system.
Where: Boston University School of Medicine (Room R115)
When: Thursday November 6th from 12 – 2 pm
Sandwiches and refreshments will be provided
Please register here so that we know to order enough food:
For questions please email Madeleine Kuhn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Fullilove’s Biography:
Robert E. Fullilove, EdD is the Associate Dean for Community and Minority Affairs, Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences and the co-director of the Cities Research Group.
Dr Fullilove has authored numerous articles in the area of minority health. From 1995 to 2001, he served on the Board of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at the Institute of Medicine (IOM) at the National Academy of Sciences. Since 1996, he has served on five IOM study committees that have produced reports on a variety of topics including substance abuse and addiction, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and damp indoor spaces and health. In 2003 he was designated a National Associate of the National Academies of Science. In 1998 he was appointed to the Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention (ACHSP) at the Centers for Disease Control, and in July, 2000, he became the committee’s chair. Finally, between 2004-2007, he served on the National Advisory Council for the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health [NIH].
Dr Fullilove serves on the editorial boards of the journals Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and the Journal of Public Health Policy. He has been awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award at the Mailman School of Public Health three times (in 1995, 2001, and 2013), and in May, 2002, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from Bank Street College of Education.