Catherine Panter-Brick: “Medical Humanitarianism”


Yale University

Published on Nov 24, 2015

Catherine Panter-Brick is a medical anthropologist, trained in human biology and the social sciences. She directs the Program on Conflict, Resilience, and Health at the MacMillan Center to engage with academics, practitioners, and policy makers who promote innovations in global health. Together with faculty at Yale, UNICEF, and other global partners, she works with the Early Childhood Peace Consortium to disseminate scientific knowledge on peace building and violence prevention. Professor Panter-Brick has directed more than 40 interdisciplinary projects worldwide, has written many scientific articles, and co-edited seven books, including “Pathways to Peace.”
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