Dr. Roseda Marshall at Hopkins August 4th - Ebola in Liberia

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Liberian Doctor to Give Talk on Monday, August 4

*Special Presentation*

“Fighting the Invisible Enemy: The Toll on the Liberian Populace”

Roseda E. Marshall, MD, MPH, FAAP, FWACP
Chairman of Pediatrics, A.M. Dogliotti School of Medicine & Consultant Pediatrician John F. Kennedy Medical Center
President of the Liberia College of Physicians and Surgeons
Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa

Monday, August 4th
4:00 – 5:00 pm
Sommer Hall

Sponsored by the Master of Public Health Program
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Contact: Lisa Lassiter, [masked]


Dr. Roseda Marshall had a pediatrics practice in Baltimore until she retired and returned to her home country, Liberia, after her husband's death. (He had been a vice president at Morgan University.) She established and has overseen an orphanage on family property since the Civil War in Liberia several years ago. She still has family members in Baltimore, as well as two adult daughters, both of whom have earned medical degrees. The subject of Dr. Marshall's talk is "Fighting the Invisible Enemy" (as opposed to the "visible enemy"), including the ebola outbeak, on August 4th at Sommer Hall, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, on the East Baltimore Campus, as you can see below. For those unable to attend Monday's presentation, she also will be speaking at the Adult Forum on Sunday, August 3rd, at 9:15 a.m. at the Episcopal Church of the Nativity, Hart Hall, 419 Cedarcroft Road, Baltimore, MD 21212 [masked]), where she is a member.