The 1990 DeHaan Lecture was given by
Dr. Jonathan M. MannProfessor, Harvard School of Public Health and Director, International AIDS Center of the Harvard AIDS Institute
Opening Remarks byDr. Kathleen R. Miner
Coordinator, Health Promotion and Education
Director, AIDS Training Network
November 26, 1990
Rollins School of Public Health
Dr. Jonathan Mann is Professor of Epidemiology and International Health, at the Harvard School of Public Health, and Director of the International AIDS Center of the Harvard AIDS Institute. From 1986-90, he was Director of the World Health Organization's Global Program on AIDS, based in Geneva, Switzerland. From 1984-86, Dr. Mann directed the Project SIDA, a collaborative AIDS research project involving the Centers for Disease Control , the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium, and the Ministry of Health in the Republic of Zaire. prior to working in Zaire, Dr. Mann was a state epidemiologist and assistant director of the health department in New Mexico.
Dr. Mann received his B.A. from Harvard College, his M.D. from Washington University in St. Louis in 1974, and the M.P.H. from the Harvard School of Public Health in 1980.