Harry Guess Memorial Lecture

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Dr. Guess

Since 2008, the UNC International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology chapter has sponsored the Harry Guess Memorial Lecture. This lecture series was conceived of by UNC students to honor Dr. Guess, a man who built the pharmacoepidemiology program here, to remember his outstanding dedication to teaching and mentoring. We hope that this lecture series continues to be a moment where we can pay tribute to our roots as a program and Dr. Guess’ unique and lasting contribution.


Upcoming speaker:

Susana Perez-Gutthann, MD, PhD, MPH, FISPE, RTI Health Solutions, “Looking Behind the Codes (PDF)

Wednesday, April 12
3-4:30 p.m.
136 Tate-Turner-Kuralt Auditorium, School of Social Work
A reception will follow the lecture.


Previous speakers:

2016
Miriam Sturkenboom, PharmD, PhD, MSc, FISPE, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, “Distributed Data Models Applied to Global Vaccine Issues (PDF)
Watch the lecture on YouTube.

2015
Nancy Santanello, MD, MS, FISPE, “The Role of Epidemiology in the Pharmaceutical Industry – 1985-2015 (PDF)

2014
Malcolm Maclure, University of British Columbia, “Compromising on Rigor to Encourage Participation? Applying Epidemiologic Methods in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement (PDF)
Watch the lecture on YouTube.

2013
Alexander M. Walker, principal, World Health Information Science Consultants, LLC, “Equipoise (PDF)
Watch the lecture on YouTube.

2012
Elizabeth Andrews, RTI Health Solutions, “How Can Pharmacoepidemiology and Data Privacy Protections Co-exist? Historical Perspective, Creative Responses (PDF)

2011
Wayne Ray, Vanderbilt University, “Improving Automated Database Studies of Therapeutic Interventions (PDF)

2010
Stephen Evans, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, “Scientific Integrity : Pressure Points for Epidemiology
Watch the lecture on YouTube.

2009
Kenneth Rothman, Boston University, “Reconciling Conflicting Results from Epidemiologic Studies (PDF)

2008
Brian Strom, University of Pennsylvania, “What Are Our Drugs Truly Doing To Our Patients? Lessons from Pharmacoepidemiology (PDF)