2018 Annual Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Alumni Networking Luncheon: Honoring Professor Brenda Eskenazi

Special Event | December 2 | 11 a.m.-2 p.m. | Alumni House, Toll Room

 Brenda Eskenazi, CERCH, UC Berkeley Center of Excellence in Maternal and Child Health

 Center of Excellence in Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health

Please join the Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Program in honoring Dr. Brenda Eskenazi at the 2018 Alumni Networking Luncheon!

We are excited to celebrate the accomplishments of Dr. Eskenazi’s 30-year career in research, teaching, and mentoring. Through her extensive research on the effects of social, nutritional, and environmental agents on human reproduction, and on child development from fetal through adolescence, she has dedicated her career to protecting the health of our most vulnerable populations.

For 20 years, Dr. Eskenazi has been the Director of UC Berkeley’s Center for Environmental Research and Children’s Health (CERCH). She has led several groundbreaking research endeavors at CERCH, including the CHAMACOS Study, the longest running longitudinal birth cohort study of pesticides and other environmental exposures among children in a farmworker community.

Dr. Eskenazi is an equally dedicated professor at the School of Public Health. Since 1995, she has taught dozens of courses and mentored hundreds of students in master and doctoral programs, and in postdoctoral training programs. Since 2002, she’s held the Maxwell Endowed Professorship of Maternal and Child Health and Epidemiology, an honor reflecting her commitment to teaching.

Dr. Eskenazi has many accolades to her name--hundreds of publications and several prestigious awards--but perhaps her most notable impact is on the lives she has touched through her research, teaching, and mentoring.

 Alumni, Faculty, Students - Graduate, Students - Prospective, Students - Undergraduate

 All Audiences

 $35.00 Regular,  $25.00 Students

  Tickets go on sale October 11. Buy tickets online

 Lunch will be included

 mcahprogram@berkeley.edu, 510-643-4991