[Ip-health] Reminder and Update: R&D to Meet the Health Needs of Developing Countries

Edith Han ehan at resultsfordevelopment.org
Fri May 4 14:05:49 PDT 2012

*Results for Development Institute*, *Georgetown University’s O’Neill
Institute for National and Global Health*, and the *Harvard Global Health
Institute* present:

*R&D to Meet the Health Needs of Developing Countries*
*A discussion on the WHO CEWG recent report “Research and Development to
Meet Health Needs in Developing Countries: Strengthening global financing
and coordination”*

Monday, May 7, 2012
11:30 am – 2:00 pm
Results for Development Institute
1100 15th St., NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005

*As a reminder, the event "R&D to Meet the Health Needs of Developing
Countries" will be on Monday, May 7th, at the Results for Development
Institute.  Please arrive early to ensure seating and so we can start the
event promptly.*

*Keynote: Introducing the main conclusions and recommendations from the
*John-Arne Røttingen*, CEWG Chair

*Panel discussion 1: Discussion of proposals for new financing and
coordination mechanisms*
Moderator: *Robert Hecht*, Results for Development Institute
*Nils Daulaire*, Office of Global Health Affairs, Health and Human Services
*Judit Rius*, Médecines san Frontières Access Campaign
*Paul Wilson*, Results for Development Institute and Columbia University
*Rachel Cohen*, Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative

*Panel discussion 2: Discussion of a “binding instrument” on health
research & development*
Moderator: *Lawrence Gostin*, O’Neill Institute, Georgetown University
*Suerie Moon*, Global Health Institute, Harvard University
*Michael Behan*, Office of Senator Bernie Sanders
*Benn McGrady*, O’Neill Institute, Georgetown University
*Jamie Love*, Knowledge Ecology International

Light lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP to policyassessment at resultsfordevelopment.org

Edith Han
Program Associate
Results for Development Institute

1100 15th Street, N.W. Suite #400
Washington, DC 20005
Tel: 1-202-470-5743
Fax: 1-202-470-5712
E-mail: ehan at resultsfordevelopment.org
Website: www.resultsfordevelopment.org

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