Upcoming JHU Events
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Equal Access in Science and Medicine lecture: “Resilience Through Coping: A Journey of Hope” by Phillip J. Roundtree
Tuesday, May 25th from 2:00 – 3:00 pm via Zoom
The Equal Access in Science and Medicine seminar committee, Johns Hopkins Biomedical Scholars Association, and SNMA MAPS at JHU are pleased to welcome Phillip J. Roundtree to present our May lecture. Phillip is a scholar-activist who focuses on promoting wellness awareness in marginalized and underrepresented communities. He was recognized as a 2018 Black Enterprise magazine “Be Modern Man” honoree and is known for his Tedx Talk, “Black Mental Health Matters.” His transparency about his own journey with depression and anxiety gives a face, voice, and hope to those who have yet to recognize their own strength.
The Equal Access in Science and Medicine lecture series was established to feature the perspectives of scientists and clinicians with mental health conditions, disabilities, and chronic illnesses. The lecture will be followed by Q&A. Live captioning (CART) will be provided. For other disability-related accommodations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register in advance: https://tinyurl.com/MAY-EASM