Join MSH, in conjunction with the office of Congressman Ami Bera (D-CA), for an important discussion on the rising threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and what we can do to stop it, Tuesday, July 16 from 8:30 to 10:30 am on Capitol Hill.AMR is one of the most pressing global health threats of our time—in poor and wealthy nations alike. Each year, more than 700,000 people die from AMR-related infections.
Please RSVP here to secure your place at the event. Global health security has emerged as a top priority for the United States, as well as the international community. Infectious disease outbreaks can devastate communities and have far-reaching impacts on economic growth, political instability, and international development goals. This event will convene key staffers for a discussion on how investments in global health security strengthen public health systems, drive economic growth, and contribute to a stronger and safer United States.
Coming Threats from Pandemics and International Health/Biosecurity
Come hear experts address gaps in preparedness and the major risks ahead.
Coffee, tea, and light breakfast provided.
The event will feature globally renowned pandemic and health security experts testifying to the gaps in our nation’s response plans and identifying specific policy changes and reforms necessary to improve pandemic and international health security response strategies.
Senator Thomas A. Daschle, Member, Blue Ribbon Panel on Biodefense
A Pathway Towards Sustainable Action
Protecting the world from infectious disease threats requires that national governments share the responsibility of serving those most in need. But how do countries prioritize their investments in a rapidly changing world?
A Day-Long Symposium on Epidemic Preparedness
Are you ready for the next infectious disease outbreak?
What are the financial, medical, and other risks in low- and middle-income countries associated with major disease outbreaks? What is being done to ensure resilience during public health emergencies? What innovations are contributing to public safety and population health during emergencies?
Download the full conference program
Speakers from the public and private sectors and civil society include:
Ms. Marian W. Wentworth, Management Sciences for Health