Science Café - Community Conversations
Join us for a virtual Science Café to learn from health and policy experts about COVID-19 in Sacramento
COVID-19 in our Sacramento Communities: Prospects, Resources, Preparations
- How has the epidemic manifested in Sacramento?
- What are some of the immediate- and longer-term impacts on vulnerable populations and health disparities?
- What resources and preparations have been made by City and County officials and public health leaders?
A CONVERSATION WITH:
Brad Pollock, Ph.D., M.P.H., F.A.C.E., is Professor of Epidemiology, Chairman of the Department of Public Health Sciences and Associate Dean for Public Health Sciences at the University of California (UC) Davis School of Medicine. He is the Co-Director of the Population Sciences and Health Disparities research program of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Eric Guerra, MPP, is Councilman for Sacramento City Council, District 6, encompassing Campus Commons and Sierra Oaks, Tahoe Park and Little Saigon. He serves on numerous multi-jurisdictional Joint Powers Authority boards, and is focused on improving neighborhood quality of life through revitalizing Stockton Boulevard.
Admission is free and the public is warmly invited.
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Presented by the Research and Education Community Advisory Board in collaboration with UC Davis Health Clinical and Translational Science Center and Powerhouse Science Center