Rollins Speaks, 11/12
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Rollins Speaks: Underrepresented and Underserved Populations in Atlanta, featuring Dr. Alawode Oladele
Wednesday, November 20 | 5PM-6:30PM | Rita Anne Rollins Room
RSVP Here by Friday November 12
ABOUT ROLLINS SPEAKS
Every year, GMS at Rollins host a lecture series called, “Rollins Speaks.” The purpose of this series is to raise awareness about notable public health topics, and specifically priority minority health issues, to RSPH Faculty, Staff, and Students, as well as community members. Prior topics have included gun violence and food insecurity.
ABOUT DR. OLADELE
November’s Rollins Speaks will focus on underrepresented and underserved populations in Atlanta, featuring Dr. Alawode Oladele, alumnus of Rollins and Interim Medical Director at the DeKalb Board of Health. Dr. Oladele’s previous work has been in the community of Clarkston and supporting efforts in infectious disease. He was well-received at CDC Day this year, and we are excited to provide this opportunity for the entire RSPH community to learn from his experience and successes in public health.