Madagascar As Crucible for Human and Environmental Health

Venue: Bechtel Conference Center, Encina Hall, 616 Serra St.

Host: Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health

A one-day Stanford Global Health research symposium centered around Madagascar, home to thousands of plants and animal species found nowhere else in the world. Find out why Madagascar is a nexus for research on interconnected questions of disease ecology, health and the environment and the many ways Stanford researchers are partnering to improve health.

Topics include: health systems building, innovations for global health, mouse lemur genomics, diseases of poverty and more.

Plus, BEATBOX LEMUR MUSIC by DJ and National Geographic Explorer fellow Ben Mirin!

Register online here.