Wednesday, December 7, 2022 6:00pm to 8:00pm
About this Event
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The River Campus Libraries invites you to attend a Neilly Author Series talk from Dayna Bowen Matthew, JD, PhD, the Dean and Harold H. Greene Professor of Law at the George Washington (GW) University Law School. In honor and celebration of the 75th anniversary of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Matthew will share insights, research, and conclusions from her most recent book Just Health: Treating Structural Racism to Heal America.
Matthew is a leader in public health and civil rights law who focuses on disparities in health, health care, and the social determinants of health. She is the author of the bestselling book Just Medicine: A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Health Care and has written numerous articles and book chapters on health and antitrust law topics that have appeared in the Virginia Law Review, the Georgetown Journal of Law, and the American Journal of Law and Medicine, among others.
Matthew joined GW Law in 2022. She previously served on the faculty of the University of Virginia School of Law, where she was cofounder and inaugural director of The Equity Center.
This talk will be available in person and over Zoom. Please register to attend.
The 2022-2023 Neilly Author Series season is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the University of Rochester's Department of Psychiatry. The books highlighted in this year's Neilly talks support key concepts in the biopsychosocial model—developed by University professors George Engel and John Romano to serve as the cornerstone of psychiatric education and training.
The Neilly Author Series was established in 2001 to invite a diverse range of authors to Rochester to discuss their recent publications, writing processes, and the ideas presented in their work. This series is made possible by the Andrew H. and Janet Dayton Neilly Endowed Fund.
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