Stephen Resch, deputy director, Center for Health Decision Science, Harvard School of Public Health, visited campus Feb. 24 to discuss “Cost and Impact of Scaling up Comprehensive Cervical Cancer Prevention in Low- and Middle-income Countries,” in the GM Room, Horchow Hall. The event was part of the evening lecture series, “Conversations on Global Health Policy,” co-sponsored by the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute. The lectures feature speakers working in the global health field, including leaders from government, donor agencies and NGOs.