UCD History Alumni Event

Join the UCD School of History for its forthcoming panel discussion entitled ‘Emerging from the Pandemic: Vaccination and Economic Recovery?’ hosted by UCD School of History.

Please join Associate Professor Catherine Cox, Director, UCD Centre for the History of Medicine in discussion with Gerard Brady, Chief Economist, Dr Claas Kirchhelle (UCD School of History) and Dr Anne Mac Lellan (historian and senior medical scientist) on Tuesday 23 February at 7.30pm.

Gerard Brady, Chief Economist, Ibec.

Associate Professor, Dr Catherine Cox, UCD School of History and Director, UCD Centre for the History of Medicine. Cox teaches and publishes on health and medicine in nineteenth-century Ireland and England. (see https://people.ucd.ie/catherine.cox).

Dr Anne Mac Lellan is a senior medical scientist working in microbiological surveillance (Connolly Hospital Ireland and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland). In 2012, she was awarded her PhD entitled ‘‘That preventable and curable disease’: Dr Dorothy Price and the eradication of tuberculosis in Ireland, 1930-1960’ (School of History, UCD) and is author of a biography of Dorothy Stopford Price.

Dr Claas Kirchhelle is a Wellcome Trust University Award holder at UCD School of History. His first monograph, Pyrrhic Progress. The History of Antibiotics in Anglo-American Food Production was published in 2020. He is a member of an interdisciplinary group of experts reviewing issues of vaccine trust, emergency licensing, and vaccine damages during the COVID19 pandemic. (see https://people.ucd.ie/claas.kirchhelle).

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