[Ip-health] EVENT: R&D to Meet the Health Needs of Developing Countries, May 7th

Edith Han ehan at resultsfordevelopment.org
Wed May 2 12:00:46 PDT 2012

The *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

*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

*Robert Hecht*, Results for Development Institute (Moderator)
*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

*Panel discussion 2*: Discussion of a “binding instrument” on health
research & development

*Lawrence Gostin*, O’Neill Institute, Georgetown University (Moderator)
*Suerie Moon*, Global Health Institute, Harvard University
*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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