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  • Speakers | Medicine, Health and Society
    Organization Program director of Public Sector Initiatives for RAND Health and co director of the Bing Center for Health Economics Her research has focused on insurance benefit design health insurance markets provider payment and the care use and needs of the elderly Sue Siegel Siegel received her B A in Biology from the University of Puerto Rico and a Master s Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Boston University Siegel is currently a GE Corporate Officer and the CEO of healthyimagination Siegel is an industry leader in growing companies that specialize in biomedical and healthcare technology Siegel is a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute and serves on multiple advisory boards including the President s Circle of the National Academies the Advisory Council of The Gladstone Institutes a preeminent biomedical research organization at the University of California San Francisco and the Stanford University Medical School Institute for Immunity Transplantation and Infectious Diseases Milton Curry Ph D Milton Curry holds degrees from Harvard Graduate School of Design and Cornell University Dr Curry has taught architecture at University of Michigan Cornell Harvard and Arizona State University and was director of the Cornell Council for the Arts from 2002 2008 He is founding editor of CriticalProductive principal of OrbitMCA designstudio and associate dean at University of Michigan s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning He authored the essay in Where are the Utopian Visionaries Periscope Press 2012 and two essays for The Huffington Post What Obama can learn from Brazil 2011 and Nixon in China and the American City 2011 Curry s current work is a manuscript that presents urbanization in the aftermath of postwar Modernist development in the United States and South Latin America as a phenomena linked to the unique quest for social freedom and the role of racial theory in the constructed identities of Americans Susan Cahn Ph D Susan Cahn received her B A from the University of California at Santa Cruz and her Ph D from Minnesota Cahn is a U S History professor at the University of Buffalo and her classes and research focuses on gender culture and society in the United States Cahn is a well published author her monograph Coming on Strong gender and Sexuality in Twentieth Century Sports 1994 won the Best Book Award in the Sport History category from the North American Society of Sports History Dr Cahn is working to complete her book manuscript Sexual Reckonings Adolescent Girlhood in the Modern South Aimi Hamraie Ph D Dr Hamraie received her Ph D in Women s Gender and Sexuality Studies from Emory University Hamraie held fellowships with the Social Science Research Council the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation at the National Museum of American History Her academia specialties are Critical Disability Studies Science Technology Studies Architectural and Urban Studies Contemporary feminist theories of science the body and design Her dissertation topic was Bodies as Evidence in Disability Accessible Design Starting fall 2013 Hamaraie will be an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine Health and Society at Vanderbilt University Jay Clayton Ph D Clayton received his B A from Yale and his Ph D from University of Virginia He is a professor at Vanderbilt University the Director of the Curb Center and was the former English Department chair His research includes arts and public policy Victorian literature genetics and literature digital technology and online narrative and contemporary fiction Clayton is an award winning author of three books and numerous academic articles His book Charles Dickens in Cyberspace The Afterlife of the Nineteenth Century in Postmodern Culture Oxford University Press 2003 was awarded the Suzanne M Glasscock Humanities Book prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship Khalil Muhammad Ph D Muhammad holds a Ph D in history from Rutgers University He is an author director and scholar on African American history He is the executive director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black culture since 2011 Muhammad s book The Condemnation of Blackness Race Crime and Making of Modern America Harvard University Press 2010 was awarded the John Hope Franklin Publication Prize Wayne Riley MD MPH MBA MACP Dr Riley received the B A degree in Anthropology from Yale University the M P H in Health Systems Management from the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine the Doctor of Medicine degree from the Morehouse School of Medicine and the MBA from Rice University s Jesse H Jones Graduate School of Business Riley is the President and CEO of Meharry Medical College in addition to being a professor of Internal Medicine at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Dr Riley serves as a member and holds leadership roles in a number of leading organizations and high level federal advisory panels including the Association of Academic Health Centers U S Department of Veteran s Affairs National Academic Affiliations Council and the National Institutes of Health s NIH Blue Ribbon Advisory Committee He currently chairs the National Advisory Council on Minority Health and Health Disparities of the NIH Riley is also corporate director of HCA Holdings Inc Pinnacle Financial Partners LLC and Cambridge Massachusetts based Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc Monique Lyle Ph D Lyle holds a Ph D in political science from Duke University She is currently an assistant professor at Vanderbilt University in the Political Science Department Lyle has published articles in the Journal of Politics and the International Encyclopedia of Social Sciences Her primary research interests are in political psychology and race and ethnicity in American politics She is particularly interested in how American institutions and elites shape the psychological development and make up of American citizens Dr Lyle was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Scholar in Health Policy Research at University of Michigan from 2008 2010 where she worked on health related research including a project examining the role of politics in the stigmatization of mental illness Priscilla Wald Ph D Wald holds a Ph D in English from Columbia University and a B A in English from

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  • Schedule | Medicine, Health and Society
    Justice Center Melinda Buntin Chair Health Policy Vanderbilt School of Medicine Arthur Sutherland III Chairman Tennessee Physicians for a National Health Program 5 00 Plenary Address Day 1 Introduction Linda Norman Dean Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Speaker Sue Siegel CEO Market Innovations General Electric GE 6 30 Party Fat Bottom Brewery 900 Main Street Nashville TN 37206 615 678 5715 Friday October 4 2013 Location Commons Center MPR 235 237 230 Appleton Drive Nashville TN 37212 9 30 am Student Led Panel The Future of Health Student Organizers Max Brodsky Kate Lintel Jordaan McGill Members of the MHS Student Advisory Board Speaker Priscilla Wald Professor English Department Duke University Faculty Discussants JuLeigh Petty Assistant Director MHS Vanderbilt Tony Brown Associate Professor Sociology Vanderbilt Hector Myers MHS Vanderbilt Sten Vermund Director Institute for Global Health Vanderbilt 11 12 40 PANEL II Health Infrastructure Chair Ken MacLeish MHS Vanderbilt Keynote Milton Curry Associate Dean Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning University of Michigan Respondents Susan Cahn William S Vaughn Visiting Fellow Robert Penn Warren Center Vanderbilt Aimi Hamraie MHS Vanderbilt Jay Clayton Director The Curb Center for Art Enterprise and Public Policy Vanderbilt Julia Landstreet Executive Director Nashville Civic Design Center Kitt Carpenter Economics Vanderbilt 12 45 LUNCH catered 2 00 3 30 PANEL III Social Foundations of Health Chairs Derek Griffith MHS Vanderbilt Dominique Behague MHS Vanderbilt Keynote Tyrone Forman Sociology Director James Weldon Johnson Institute for the Study of Race Difference Emory University Respondents Monique Lyle Department of Political Science Vanderbilt Reavis L Mitchell Jr History Dean School of Humanities and Social Sciences Fisk University Lindsey Andrews MHS Vanderbilt Arleen Tuchman History Vanderbilt Amy Non MHS Vanderbilt 3 45 Plenary Address Day 2 Introduction Frank Dobson Director Black Cultural Center Vanderbilt Speaker Priscilla Wald English Duke University 4

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  • Videos from the Conference | Medicine, Health and Society
    Schedule Hotel Information The Politics of Health 2013 Organizers Speakers Schedule Videos from the Conference Videos from the Conference Conference Opening Opening Remarks Dean Carolyn Dever Intro Remarks Jonathan Metzl Opening Address Emilie Townes Panel I Health and Social Justice Chairs Jonathan Metzl and Laura Stark Discussants André Churchwell Manesh Sethi Christopher Coleman Melinda Buntin and Arthur Sutherland III Plenary Address Day 1 Intro Linda Norman Speaker Sue Siegel Panel II Health Infrastructure Chair Ken MacLeish Respondents Susan Cahn Aimi Hamraie Jay Clayton Julia Landstreet Kitt Carpenter Panel III Social Foundations of Health Chairs Derek Griffith and Dominique Behague Keynote Tyrone Forman Respondents Monique Lyle Reavis L Mitchell Jr Lindsey Andrews Arleen Tuchman and Amy Non Plenary Address Day 2 Intro Frank Dobson Speaker Priscilla Wald Contact Information Director Jonathan M Metzl MD PhD 615 343 2504 Assistant Director JuLeigh Petty PhD 615 322 6725 Director of Undergraduate Studies Dominique Behague PhD 615 322 0919 Director of Advising Courtney Muse PhD Advising Hours Mondays 9 30am 10 30am Thursdays 10am 12pm 615 322 1764 Phone 615 343 0916 Email mhs vanderbilt edu On Campus 300 Calhoun Hall view map Quick Links 4 1 Internship opportunities MHS co hosts the Structural

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  • Center for Medicine, Health, and Society Fall 2015 Lecture Series, Hot Topics in MHS | Medicine, Health and Society
    Ethnicity Disease MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview the author of Haeckel s Embryos a path breaking study of visual culture in biomedicine MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview author Dan Bouk on the New Books Network MHS Professor Martha Jones presents at the 38th Annual Conference Creating Pathways to Peace Global Health and Education about the characteristics of the uninsured in the U S South 2013 2014 MHS Professor Derek Griffith writes about African American men s stress coping and health in Social Science Medicine MHS Professor Derek Griffith co authors an article in Social Science Medicine on community level effects of male incarceration on the sexual partnerships of men and women MHS Professor Laura Stark presents on human subjects regulations at the Chicago NPRM meeting MHS Professor Tara McKay presents on international LGBT activism at the American Sociological Association annual meeting MHS Welcomes New Faculty Members Tara McKay and Odie Lindsey MHS Director Jonathan Metzl presents on race stigma and the diagnosis of schizophrenia at Columbia University Contact Information Director Jonathan M Metzl MD PhD 615 343 2504 Assistant Director JuLeigh Petty PhD 615 322 6725 Director of Undergraduate Studies Dominique Behague

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/mhs/2015/10/center-for-medicine-health-and-society-fall-2015-lecture-series-hot-topics-in-mhs/ (2016-02-16)
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  • The Politics of Health Conference – a conversation about the paradoxes and the promises of health | Medicine, Health and Society
    and Social Justice Chairs Jonathan Metzl and Laura Stark Discussants André Churchwell Manesh Sethi Christopher Coleman Melinda Buntin and Arthur Sutherland III Plenary Address Day 1 Intro Linda Norman Speaker Sue Siegel Panel II Health Infrastructure Chair Ken MacLeish Respondents Susan Cahn Aimi Hamraie Jay Clayton Julia Landstreet Kitt Carpenter Panel III Social Foundations of Health Chairs Derek Griffith and Dominique Behague Keynote Tyrone Forman Respondents Monique Lyle Reavis L Mitchell Jr Lindsey Andrews Arleen Tuchman and Amy Non Plenary Address Day 2 Intro Frank Dobson Speaker Priscilla Wald Perspectives from the Roundtable MHS Professor Derek Griffith is named to the editorial board of the journal Ethnicity Disease MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview the author of Haeckel s Embryos a path breaking study of visual culture in biomedicine MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview author Dan Bouk on the New Books Network MHS Professor Martha Jones presents at the 38th Annual Conference Creating Pathways to Peace Global Health and Education about the characteristics of the uninsured in the U S South 2013 2014 MHS Professor Derek Griffith writes about African American men s stress coping and health in Social Science Medicine MHS Professor Derek Griffith co authors an article in Social Science Medicine on community level effects of male incarceration on the sexual partnerships of men and women MHS Professor Laura Stark presents on human subjects regulations at the Chicago NPRM meeting MHS Professor Tara McKay presents on international LGBT activism at the American Sociological Association annual meeting MHS Welcomes New Faculty Members Tara McKay and Odie Lindsey MHS Director Jonathan Metzl presents on race stigma and the diagnosis of schizophrenia at Columbia University Contact Information Director Jonathan M Metzl MD PhD 615 343 2504 Assistant Director JuLeigh Petty PhD 615 322 6725

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/mhs/2013/10/the-politics-of-health-conference-a-conversation-about-the-paradoxes-and-the-promises-of-health/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Ebola in Perspective: Health, Panic, and Politics | Medicine, Health and Society
    Health Panic and Politics The panel brought clinicians and public health experts involved in treating the ebola virus into conversation with humanists social scientists and students who study the cultural tropes colonial assumptions and mainstream stereotypes that have spread alongside the virus Framing questions for the panel included how can we separate reasoned preparation from blind panic In what ways does the spread of Ebola expose connections between local practices and global networks impact travel or interpersonal interactions or alter categories of us and them How might the lessons of ethnography and history better inform our present day response And what are the implications for training students and health care workers The brief papers from the panel are summarized in the responses below Perspectives from the Roundtable Ebola in Perspective Health Panic and Politics Jonathan Metzl Action Plan to Contain Ebola Muktar Aliyu Ebola Outbreak s Impact on MHS Else Sharp Colonization Race and Disease Ebola in Context Dianna Bell Thoughts on Ebola Dominique Behague Ebola Epidemiology in a Nutshell William Schaffner Contact Information Director Jonathan M Metzl MD PhD 615 343 2504 Assistant Director JuLeigh Petty PhD 615 322 6725 Director of Undergraduate Studies Dominique Behague PhD 615 322

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/mhs/2015/01/ebola-in-perspective-health-panic-and-politics-2/ (2016-02-16)
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  • MHS Professor Derek Griffith is named to the editorial board of the journal Ethnicity & Disease | Medicine, Health and Society
    named to the editorial board of the journal Ethnicity Disease MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview the author of Haeckel s Embryos a path breaking study of visual culture in biomedicine MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview author Dan Bouk on the New Books Network MHS Professor Martha Jones presents at the 38th Annual Conference Creating Pathways to Peace Global Health and Education about the characteristics of the uninsured in the U S South 2013 2014 MHS Professor Derek Griffith writes about African American men s stress coping and health in Social Science Medicine MHS Professor Derek Griffith co authors an article in Social Science Medicine on community level effects of male incarceration on the sexual partnerships of men and women MHS Professor Laura Stark presents on human subjects regulations at the Chicago NPRM meeting MHS Professor Tara McKay presents on international LGBT activism at the American Sociological Association annual meeting MHS Welcomes New Faculty Members Tara McKay and Odie Lindsey MHS Director Jonathan Metzl presents on race stigma and the diagnosis of schizophrenia at Columbia University Contact Information Director Jonathan M Metzl MD PhD 615 343 2504 Assistant Director JuLeigh Petty PhD 615

    Original URL path: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/mhs/2016/02/mhs-professor-derek-griffith-is-named-to-the-editorial-board-of-the-journal-ethnicity-disease/ (2016-02-16)
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  • MHS Professor Martha Jones presents at the 38th Annual Conference Creating Pathways to Peace: Global Health and Education about the characteristics of the uninsured in the U.S. South 2013-2014 | Medicine, Health and Society
    is named to the editorial board of the journal Ethnicity Disease MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview the author of Haeckel s Embryos a path breaking study of visual culture in biomedicine MHS Professor Laura Stark and MHS graduate students interview author Dan Bouk on the New Books Network MHS Professor Martha Jones presents at the 38th Annual Conference Creating Pathways to Peace Global Health and Education about the characteristics of the uninsured in the U S South 2013 2014 MHS Professor Derek Griffith writes about African American men s stress coping and health in Social Science Medicine MHS Professor Derek Griffith co authors an article in Social Science Medicine on community level effects of male incarceration on the sexual partnerships of men and women MHS Professor Laura Stark presents on human subjects regulations at the Chicago NPRM meeting MHS Professor Tara McKay presents on international LGBT activism at the American Sociological Association annual meeting MHS Welcomes New Faculty Members Tara McKay and Odie Lindsey MHS Director Jonathan Metzl presents on race stigma and the diagnosis of schizophrenia at Columbia University Contact Information Director Jonathan M Metzl MD PhD 615 343 2504 Assistant Director JuLeigh Petty PhD

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