December 22, 2016 – International Business Times, interviewed for article titled “How Brazilian woman are avoiding pregnancy over fear of Zika.” See here

October 9, 2016BBC, interviewed and quoted in article titled “Como investments estrangeiros diretos podem ajudar o Brasil a sir da crise,” by Marina Wentzel. See here

July 27, 2016 – King’s College London, Zika and Rio 2016: What’s the current situation?

Ed Gomez - King's Institute

April 11, 2016King’s College London, podcast discussion on the global diabetes epidemic; listen here.

February 10, 2016 – LSE, Department of Social Policy,  talk titled “The United States and Brazil’s Response to Obesity: Institutional Conversion Theory and Policy Reform.”

February 8, 2016 – CNN, the Connect the World show with Beck Anderson, interview and discussion on the Zika epidemic in Brazil.

Eduardo Gomez at CNN

January 20, 2016 – BBC, “The Forum,” radio show discussion about obesity and food consumption in Brazil and India; view here.

January 28, 2016 – BBC, Interviewed by Marina Wental and quoted in a story about Zika in Brazil. Read the story here.

January 13, 2016London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Department of Global Health & Development, talk titled “Political Science in Global Health,” Department of Global Health Policy.

July 9, 2015Padjadjaram University, Indonesia, talk titled “Health Inequality in the Emerging Economies,” Faculty of Economics Public Lecture Series; http://www.fe.unpad.ac.id/en/archive-faculty-of-economics-unpad/events/239465-feb-unpad-lecture-series–health-spending-and-inequality-in-emerging-economies

March 21st, 2015King’s College London, talk titled “Smart Development,” for the conference Discovering Alternative Routes to Development; http://www.kcl.ac.uk/sspp/sga/idi/Events/IDI-ANNUAL-CONFERENCE-2014-15.aspx

February 2, 2015British Academy, talk on the politics of targeted health insurance for the poor in India, China, and Indonesia.


May 13, 2014LSE, Department of International Development, talk on the international and domestic politics of Brazil’s response to HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis.


April 25, 2014Georgetown University, Centre for Transnational Legal Studies, presentation on institutional theory, power, and change in multilateral health agencies, London.


April 8, 2014Council on Foreign Relations, New York, NY, invited talk on the international and domestic politics of global health.


March 7, 2014Oxford University, the Blavatnik School of Government, lecture on China’s Health and Economic Challenges compared to the BRICS.


February 19, 2014University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Department of Public Policy, talk about my new book “De-Emerging Nations? Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa’s efforts to eradicate disease.”


January 10, 2014Oxford University, Green Templeton College, the Emerging Markets Symposium, invited talk on children’s nutrition and health policies in Brazil.


December 17, 2013 – Interviewed by Jason Margolis of PRI (Public Radio International), The World program, on Edward Snowden’s letter to Brazil.

here.


November 22, 2013University of Edinburgh, School of Social and Political Science, on my book Contested Epidemics: How Brazil outpaced the United States in its Policy Response, what the BRICS can Learn, and the Politics of Global Health Diplomacy.


November 7, 2013 – King’s College London, King’s International Development Institute, paper on the challenges of healthcare sectors in the emerging markets for the conference on Emerging Icons and the Challenging Global Order: Is there a New Model(s) of Development?


October 23, 2013 – SOAS (University of London), Department of Politics and International Studies, talk on the De-Emerging Nations: Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa’s Plight to Contain the Spread of Disease.


May 3, 2013 – Rutgers University – New Brunswick, Center for Global Advancement and International Affairs, conference on the Politics of Health Policy Reform in Latin America, on Brazil’s response to obesity.


April 16, 2013 – Rutgers University – Camden, Department of Spanish Studies, on Brazil and disease.


April 11, 2013 – MIDWEST Political Science Association meeting, Chicago, IL, on the origins and evolution of multilateral health agencies.


April 5, 2013 – Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, on Brazil’s healthcare system.


April 2, 2013 – University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, on the B.R.I.C.S., International Politics, and Response to Disease.


March 27, 2013 – Rutgers University-Camden, Public Administration Student Association (PASA), on the emerging B.R.I.C.S. nations and response to disease.


March 26 – University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, on the US and Brazil’s response to obesity and diabetes – institutions and policy.


March 5, 2013 – University of Massachusetts at Amherst, on “Responding to Disease in the B.R.I.C.S Nations: History, International Relations, and Politics.”


February 27, 2013 – RAND Corporation, Cambridge, UK, on “Emerging Health: How Brazil, India, China, Russia, and South Africa Responded to Disease.”


February 25, 2013 – University of London, King’s College, UK, on “Are the Emerging Nations Really Emerging?”


August 3, 2012BBC, interviewed by reporter Luis Barrucho about Brazil’s ongoing obesity challenge and policy response, in São Paulo, Brazil.


July 27, 2012 CNN, interviewed by CNÑ español for the show Café CNÑ on Brazil’s response to AIDS and the AIDS program’s recent challenges.


July 20, 2012BBC, interviewed by Julia Carneiro and quoted in her article titled “Programa de Aids no Brasil enfrente falhas e precisa ser ‘replanejado.”

english version.


June 28, 2012CNN, my research on Brazil’s AIDS program was discussed and cited in a CNN exclusive article titled “Where in the World can you Get Universal Healthcare?” written by Madison Park.

here.


June 27, 2012Gloucester County Times/NJ.Com, interviewed by Joe Green, on “’Obamacare’ in South Jersey: Congressmen Andrews, LoBiondo, and others React,” Friday.

here.


June 27, 2012Burlington Times/MSNBC, interviewed by David Levinsky, on “Court Decision Offers Democrats and Republicans Reasons to Turn Out to the Polls,” the interview can be read here; I was also interviewed by the Gloucester Times in “Reaction to Healthcare Ruling comes Swiftly. Most Either Happy or Upset.”

here.


April 26, 2012 – Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress, on “The American Presidents and Obesity: Politics, Personal Interests, and Missed Opportunities.”


April 12, 2012 – Rutgers University at Camden, Public Administration Student Association (PASA), on “Contesting Epidemics: How Brazil’s Response outpaced the United States and the other Emerging Nations.”


March 26, 2012Christian Science Monitor, interviewed by Elizabeth Dickinson on the “B.R.I.C.S. rising and projected international influence.”

here.


February 29, 2012 – University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, interview by Gitton Panitchayangkoon on “Brazil’s Healthcare System and Public-Private Partnerships.”


February 23, 2012 – University of Pennsylvania, Medical School, “Contesting Epidemics: How Brazil’s Response outpaced the United States and the other Emerging Nations.”


January 6, 2012 – University of Pennsylvania, Medical School, “Understanding Health Governance: Insights from Social Science Institutional Theories.”


November 7, 2011 – Center for Strategic and International Studies/ Foundation FIOCRUZ, Rio, Brazil, “Understanding Brazilian Global Health Diplomacy.”


September 14, 2011Nature Medicine, interviewed by Anna Petherick on “The History of Brazil’s Response to AIDS.”

here.


June 4, 2011O Globo News (Brazil), interviewed by Daniel Buarque on “Brazil’s Successful Response to HIV/AIDS.”

here.


May 25, 2011 – Fundacao Gutelio Vargas (FGV), Rio, Brazil, “Contesting Epidemics: How Brazil’s Response outpaced the United States.”


May 19, 2011Fox News, interviewed by Soni Saluja on “Brazilian health prevention and apparel health warnings.”


April 15, 2011 – George Washington University, School of Public Health, “Contesting Epidemics: How Brazil’s Response outpaced the United States.”


March 4, 2011Financial Times, interviewed by Alexander Kliment on “Brazil’s Healthcare System and its Challenges.”


January 6, 2011 – Wharton Business School Magazine, University of Pennsylvania, interviewed by Ken Rapoza on “Brazil’s Drug Pricing for HIV/AIDS;” interview also printed in the Latin Business Chronicle.

here.


December 16, 2010Foreign Policy magazine, interviewed by Elizabeth Dickinson on “Brazil’s Pharmaceutical Industry and AIDS.”

here.


December 9, 2010 – Syracuse University, Maxwell School, “Enhancing our Understanding of Domestic and International Health Agencies: Insights from Social Science Institutional Theories.”


November 23, 2010 – University of Pennsylvania, Medical School, “Enhancing our Understanding of Domestic and International Health Agencies: Insights from Social Science Institutional Theories.”


October 10, 2010 – Columbia University, SIPA, “The Politics of Responding to AIDS, TB, and Obesity in Brazil, the United States, and the other Emerging Nations.”


June 17, 2010 – World Health Organization, Bulletin, interviewed by Gary Humphreys on “Financing Brazil’s Healthcare System.”


April 30, 2010 – University of Chicago, Committee on International Relations, “Applying Institutional Theory to International and Domestic Health Organizations.”


April 6 2010 – Rutgers University, New Brunswick, Young Democrats Group, “Emerging Brazil.”


November 20, 2009 – Oxford University, Center for Global Economic Governance, “The Politics of Brazil’s Response to AIDS.”


November 11, 2009 – BBC World News America, interviewed by Matt Frei on “Brazil’s Rising Economic Power.”


July 10, 2009CNN, Lou Dobbs Show, on “Brazil’s University Healthcare System,” TV guest appearance.


April 23, 2009 – McGill University, Center for International Development, “Building Tripartite Partnerships: Do Coalitions between Donors, Health Ministries, and Civil Society Matter for AIDS Policy Scale-up?”


June 15, 2009 – United States Coast Guard, on “Confronting the Obesity Epidemic in the US Military: A New National Security Challenge?”


June 11, 2008 – Center for Strategic and International Studies, on “Strategic Internationalization, Institutions, and Civil Society: How Brazil outpaced the United States in Response to AIDS.”