About this Event
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The UCSF Health Equity and Anti-Racism Research (HEAR) Symposium showcases research and action to advance health equity and anti-racism. Created with the purpose of inspiring collaborations and propelling research direction, the symposium highlights the breadth and depth of health equity, health disparities and anti-racism research. HEAR is dedicated to the goal of building community among researchers and strengthening partnerships among disciplines, units, and schools across campus sites and the wider Bay Area.
Dean of Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Thomas LaVeist, PhD, will deliver the HEAR keynote address. A recipient of the National Institute of Health “Innovation Award,” director/producer of The Skin You’re In documentary series, and author of six books, Dr. LaVeist has dedicated his career to understanding the causes of and developing solutions to inequity in health.
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