Ken Rothman, DrPH Gives Harvard School of Public Health’s 160th Cutter Lecture on Preventive Medicine [video]

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Dr. Kenneth Rothman, Distinguished Fellow and Vice President of Epidemiology Research, had the honor of giving the 160th Cutter Lecture on Preventive Medicine at the Harvard School of Public Health on December 3rd, 2014.

Watch the lecture here.

The Cutter Lecture is administered by the Department of Epidemiology at Harvard under the terms of the bequest from Harvard Medical School graduate John Clarence Cutter, MD. Since 1912, it has been one of the most prestigious and respected lectures in the fields of epidemiology and preventative medicine. Past lecturers have included distinguished scientists and researchers including Nobel Prize recipients.

Dr. Rothman’s lecture was entitled “The Growing Rift between Epidemiologists and Their Data.” A summary of the lecture and photos from the event are available in Harvard's Epicenter Newsletter

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