Events, Lectures and Seminars

Events, lectures and seminars shared below qualify for CPH, CHES and MCHES credits. One continuing education credit per hour of content can be obtained.


The Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health is celebrating 100 years of contributions to the health of Buffalo, the region, the nation and the world.

The Saxon Graham lecture, symposium, and oral, poster presentations can be used for CPH credits. View the celebration of events.

Annual Lectures

The 13th Saxon Graham Lecture, Eras in Epidemiology: Embracing Our Past to Chart the Future.
The 12th Saxon Graham Lecture, Racial Health Disparities in the United States: Heterogeneous Progress and a New York Miracle.
The 9th Annual Glen E. Gresham Lecture, The Active Ingredients of Rehabilitation.
The 2nd Annual Richard V. Lee, MD Lectureship in Global Health, What is a pathogen? Lessons from decades of study of enteric pathogens.
The 30th Annual J. Warren Perry Lecture, Use of Scientific Evidence in the Fight Against the Global Tobacco Epidemic.


You can also obtain CPH, CHES and MCHES continuing education credits from additional University at Buffalo seminars through the National Board of Public Health Examiners