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Implausible and improbable? Efforts to improve child survival in low-income settings

Inaugural lecture by Joanna Schellenberg.

Joanna Schellenberg is Professor of Epidemiology & International Health at the School. Her research focuses on the development and evaluation of public health interventions for newborn, infant, child, and maternal survival in low and middle income countries.

In her inaugural lecture Professor Schellenberg reflects on her career and talks about research and efforts to improve child survival in low income settings.

Director of the School, Professor Peter Piot introduces the lecture, and Sir Brian Greenwood gives a vote of thanks at the end.

Watch the recording of this lecture on Vimeo.