Work at the HEAL Africa Hospital in Goma. Returned to the Congo to create a film about what it was like to be “Born in Goma.”
National Children's Hospital, San Jose, Costa Rica focused on transition of care for children with chronic disease. Interested in oncology and hopes to combine this interest as well into her project time with GHS.
Social & environmental determinants of health; health disparities; environmental health and justice; food deserts and food policy; adolescent health, reproductive health and rights of youth, mental health access, rural health, legislative advocacy and policy development.
_ Associate Professor. Translational research on immune response to HIV and malaria in children. Goals: identify correlates of protective immunity to guide vaccine design, and better understand developmental differences in immune response of infants and children. Current work in Uganda, prior experience in South Africa, Jamaica, and Barbados.
_Assoc. Prof. In Ethiopia 2 years with Baylor Global Health Corps. Now remote collaborator on quality improvement projects. International focus on medical education/residency and operational research/quality improvement. Experience in Kenya (FACES) Lesotho (Baylor), & Turkmenistan (Peace Corps).
Asst Prof Child Neuro Honduras, Georgia, Haiti, Moldova, Armenia, Dominica, Nepal. Sustainable peds care and ed abroad. Co founded Roatan Volunteer Peds Clinic in '03. Board member Global Healing, involved in peds and blood banking projects in multiple regions.
Chief Resident, Asst Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. India. Interested in needs-based clinical research and provider education in resource-poor settings. My work thus far has been in Bangkok, working in Pediatric HIV, and in India, doing research in neonatal sepsis.
Asst Clin Prof. Sustainable models of health care delivery & life quality in resource-poor areas. Trained providers in India, Nepal, Haiti, Botswana, Ecuador. Worked with WHO in Geneva. Developing community -based rehab in Mysore, India. Hoping to broaden global health collaborations & ed at UCSF.
Associate Prof Peds. Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo Saragur, India (with IPOP). Taught week long courses in Goma 5 times for IPOP, in neonatal resuscitation, pediatric trauma, common infections. Working with local providers to establish CME-type activities. This is extracurricular activity, to support IPOP.
Inventor of the BREATH device (Baby Resuscitation Enhanced - A Tech Helper), an app and sensor to improve neonatal resuscitation in low-resource areas. Co-founder and director of Peru Child Health, in Arequipa, Peru
Prof, Chief, Peds Hem-Oncology Morocco, Tanzania Interested in care of pediatric cancer (esp neuroblastoma) in low & middle income countries. Co-lead Global Neuroblastoma Network's weekly online tumor board. Worked with Morocco to develop marrow transplant for neuroblastoma.
Asst Clinical Professor Sub Saharan Africa.
years with the Baylor International Pediatric AIDS Initiative (Malawi) ,with HIV exposed kids. Also did work in the
outpatient pediatric HIV clinic and QI work with in peds emergency care.
Prof of Clinical Peds Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos. Capacity-building medical education and research for neonatal care providers, infection control specialists and nurses working in intensive care in Vietnam. Hosts observational mini- fellowships for visting scholars. Mentoring an RN studying cookstoves and particulate smoke exposure in Guatemala.
Asst Prof Emergency Med & Global Health. East Africa. 6 months /year in Tanzania as Emergency Med Residency Director Muhimbili Hospital. We see 35,000 patients/ year (25% kids). Peds research at Muhimbili; bedside ultrasound, pediatric trauma, and tracking diagnostic testing & outcomes in febrile children.
Assoc Prof of Peds Med Dir Peds Intensive Care Dir Peds Transport, Access & Outreach. Honduras, Republic of Georgia. Co-founder Roatan Volunteer Peds Clinic, a pediatric resident international elective. An island, Roatan is a candidate for a university-sponsored interdisciplinary program. Active in peds cardiac surgical program in Georgia, through Global Healing.
Asst Adj Professor. Dem. Republic of the Congo, Uganda, India. Clinical & translational research to improve outcomes of HIV-infected African children. Co-founded International Peds Outreach Project providing local peds providers with educational, material and research support. Worked in Thailand, Peru, & Kenya.
Professor. East and Southern Africa, East Europe, Latin America, Southeast Asia. I work primarily on HIV and am funded primarily by CDC. My group (PPHG) focuses on public health (surveillance, monitoring and evaluation) & systematic reviews.
Peds Global Health Hospitalist Fellow Primarily have worked in East Africa; some prior public health work in Central America. Areas of interest include inpatient care, HIV/Tb, malaria, newborn resuscitation. Likely will continue working in TZ throughout fellowship.
Asst Clin Prof. India East Africa Tropical medicine. Rwanda, Haiti with PIH, Burundi with VHW, India Fulbright research for 5 months with various tribal health NGO. Interested in health and human rights and implementation.
Asst Prof Clin Ortho Surgery.
Dominican Republic & Africa. As a student & resident, organized surgical collaborations in the Dominican Republic & USA. As faculty, I organize education courses in pediatric orthopaedic surgery throughout the world. Working with African surgeons to improve access, and quality pediatric ortho care in resource-limited countries.
Asst Clinical Prof Peds. Latin America, Africa. In school, surveyed Community Health Workers in Nicaragua. Residency exchange in Honduras. A year with Doctors without Borders in Zimbabwe. Now in a referral hospital in the Northern Mariana Islands. Residents welcomed for an established rotation.
Asst Prof Peds. Swaziland, South Africa and Zambia and topic is HIV & nutrition. Interested in how pediatric undernutrition can contribute to HIV progression and infection with HHV-8, and the evaluation of early life risk factors for obesity in Latino populations.