Juliet Sorensen is the Director of the Bluhm Legal Clinic and a Clinical Associate Professor of Law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. Professor Sorensen is a founder of the Northwestern Access to Health Project, an interdisciplinary global community health partnership.
Osefame Ewaleifoh is the co-founder and former Editor-in-Chief of the Northwestern Public Health Review. He will be graduating with his PhD in Neuro-virology and a MPH this fall.
Anna Maitland is the inaugural Schuette Fellow in Health and Human Rights at the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law Center for International Human Rights. Elise Meyer is the incoming Schuette Fellow in Health and Human Rights, where she will be supporting the Northwestern Access to Health Project and working on the Opioids Roundtable.
Simona Morochnik is the present co Editor-in-Chief of the Northwestern Public Health Review. She is a PhD candidate studying biomaterials for orthopedic tissue engineering in the Interdisciplinary Biological Sciences Department.
Nelly Papalambros is the present co Editor-in-Chief of the Northwestern Public Health Review. She is a PhD candidate studying sleep and memory in the interdepartmental neuroscience program, while also completing her MPH.
The Northwestern Interdisciplinary Global Health Symposium series was started in 2014 by Professor Juliet Sorensen, Kate Klein, and Osefame Ewaleifoh in an effort to create cross pollination of public ideas with experts from health and non-health centered disciplines.
For more information on the 2016 Interdisciplinary Symposium, please contact Elise Meyer at 312-503-1473.
For more information regarding the Symposium series, please contact Osefame Ewaleifoh.