Evidence2Policy Lecture by Dr Ophira Ginsburg
The George Institute for Global Health, India is organising the third evidence2policy virtual lecture on December 10. The topic for the lecture is "Lost in translation: evidence-based strategies for the prevention of cancer in women".
Started in 2018, the E2p lecture is an annual lecture designed to bridge the gap between evidence and policy and is delivered by an eminent academic/policy expert. Last year, Dr. Rajani Ved, Director, National Health Systems Resource Centre (NHSRC) delivered the lecture on the “Evidence to Policy: Lessons learnt from India’s National Health Mission”.
This time, the lecture is being delivered by Dr Ophira Ginsburg, Director, High-Risk Cancer Genetics Program, Department of Population Health at New York University Grossman School of Medicine.
Dr. Ginsburg is a medical oncologist and global women’s health researcher with technical and policy expertise in cancer prevention and control. She is also an Elsa Atkin Distinguished Fellow at the George Institute for Global Health.
Dr Ophira Ginsburg
Director, High-Risk Cancer Genetics Program, Department of Population Health at New York University Grossman School of Medicine.