Emerging Diseases: Think Globally, Act Locally

Kathrine Tan, M.D., M.P.H.
  Chief, Domestic Response Unit
Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria/Malaria Branch
Centers for Global Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention



Kathrine Tan, M.D.The increase in global travel and migration the past few decades has brought with it mobility of pathogens and vectors. Now, more than ever, medical and public health systems must work together to address these new health threats.

Dr. Kathrine Tan is Chief of the Domestic Response Unit in the Malaria Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). She leads the development of guidelines for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of malaria, provides subject matter expertise for outbreak response and to other government agencies, and provides clinical consultations nationwide.

During her 15 years at CDC, Dr. Tan has worked on the control and prevention of malaria and tuberculosis, received hands on training on global epidemiology and outbreak response as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer, and evaluated Atlanta area isolation and quarantine policies as a Prevention Medicine Resident. Through all of this, she learned the importance of advancing the partnership between medical and public health worlds for effective disease control.

Dr. Tan is a proud U.C. Davis alumna, having studied at the university for both her undergraduate and medical degrees, and trained at the Family and Community Medicine Residency Program. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, who is a U. C. Davis Pediatrics Residency alumna, and two children.

Please join us for a thought-provoking evening with Kathrine Tan, M.D., M.P.H.

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 5:00 Heavy Appetizer Reception - 5:30 Presentation

The event is free and open to the public at the UC Davis Medical Education Building, Room 1222
4610 X Street, Sacramento, CA 95817
Free parking will be available in Lot 12, located at 45th Street and Y Street

Kindly RSVP to http://drkathrinetanUCD.eventbrite.com

 

Upcoming Snively Visiting Lectureship in Family Medicine

Date to be Announced - early 2019

The Department of Family and Community Medicine - UC Davis, School of Medicine - 50th Anniversary Special Event Snively Speaker

Val Gilchrist, M.D.
Chair and Professor
Department of Family Medicine and Community Health
University of Wisconsin

Dr. Gilchrist will discuss the foundation, evolution, current state and potential future of family medicine as an academic field, from her experience as a researcher, clinician and leader in family medicine.

Tuesday April 9, 2019

J. Nwando Olayiwola, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.A.F.P.
Chief Clinical Transformation Officer
Associate Physician and Clinical Instructor, Department of Family & Community Medicine
Faculty Affiliate, UCSF Global Health Sciences
University of California, San Francisco

Dr. Olayiwola is an expert in primary care redesign and clinical innovation, as well as the author of several books celebrating minority women professionals and what it means to be a physician.

For more information or to be added to the invite list, please contact hs-snively@ucdavis.edu

PAST SNIVELY EVENTS*

May 15, 2018: Alicia Fernandez, M.D., Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and a General Internist at Zuckerberg San Francisco General. Her riveting talk, Health Care Disparities 15 Years After Unequal Treatment.

And listen to the Capital Public Radio interview by our Snively speaker - Dr. Fernandez
 
March 13, 2018: Ted Epperly, MD President and CEO of the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho, provided an inspiring discussion of the role of primary care in the health and health care of our communities.
 
February 6, 2018: Ronald Epstein, MD, Professor of Family Medicine with Tenure, Psychiatry and Medicine, Director, Center for Communication and Disparities Research, University of Rochester School of Medicine. His informative talk, Attending: Medicine, Mindfulness and Humanity.
 
January 9, 2018:  Jerome Kassirer, M.D.., Tufts University, School of Medicine, Boston, MA.and Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, New England Journal of Medicine  Title: Three Personal Stories, their Unanticipated Outcomes and their Revelation for Academic Medicine.
 
November 14, 2017:  John Ioannidis, M.D., DSc C.F., Rehnborg Professor in Disease Prevention, Professor of Medicine, of Health Research and Policy, of Statistics and of Biomedical Data Science, and Co-Director, Meta-Research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS), Stanford University.  Biomedical Research: the false and the true, the waste and the useful.
 
March 7, 2017: Peter V. Lee, Executive Director of Covered California, joined the UC Davis community to share Lessons Learned from the Affordable Care Act Implementation in California. His presentation described the development of policy, benefit design, marketing and regulation of our state’s health benefit exchange, an effort that lowered California’s uninsured rate from 17% to 7%. Click here to view Mr. Lee's presentation.
 
November 1, 2016: Nadine Burke-Harris, MD, MPH, CEO and Founder of the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco, provided an inspiring discussion of adverse childhood experiences and their impact on health. Click here to view Dr. Burke-Harris' presentation.
 
February 23, 2016: Michael LeFevre, MD, MSPH, Future of Family Medicine Professor and Vice Chair, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri School of Medicine. His informative talk, Postacards from the Edge: Science Confronts Practice, explored the challenges when scientific evidence contradicts traditional clinical practices.
 
November 4, 2014:  Denise V. Rodgers, M.D., Vice Chancellor for Interprofessional Programs in Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, she also serves as the Hunterdon Chair in Interprofessional Education at Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School where she is a professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
 
April 22, 2014: Joseph Kvedar, M.D.  Founder and Director, Center for Connected Health, Partners HealthCare
 
April 17, 2012:  Anthony Iton, M.D., J.D., MPH, Senior Vice President for Healthy Communities at The California Endowment.  
 
November 20, 2013:  Bechara Choucair, M.D., Commissioner  for Chicago Health, presented "Transforming the Health of the Community".
 
February 28, 2012:  David Ansell, M.D., MPH, Professor, Rush University Medical Center, author of "COUNTY: Life, Death and Politics at Chicago's Public Hospital", Academy Chicago Publishers; First Edition (May 31, 2011).
 
October 11, 2011:   Richard Deyo, M.D.Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR. Title: A billion here, a billion there…Is Medical Overuse Crippling the U.S.?  Please click here (PDF) for Dr. Deyo's presentation.
 
April 14, 2011:  Robert Berenson, M.D.The Urban Institute, Washington, DC. Title: Prospects for Primary Care Payment Improvement: Good Policy Meets Political Reality. Please click here (PDF) for Dr. Berenson's presentation, and here to see the video.
 
January 18, 2011:  Robert Reid, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., Group Health Research Institute, Seattle, WA.  Title: Reinvigorating Primary Care in the Form of the Patient Centered Medical Home. Please click here (PDF) to view a handout of Dr. Reid's presentation, and here to see the video.
 
November 3, 2010Kevin Grumbach, M.D., UC San Franciso, Department of Family & Community Medicine, San Franciso, CA. Title: Health Care Reform and the Future of Primary Care (click here to see video of the presentation)