Tag Archives: Kenya

An Interdisciplinary Incubator for Research

In an effort to address the ever-changing issues of global health by increasing the quality of research that impacts these issues, the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine launched the Interdisciplinary Innovative Programs Hub for Global Health in early … Continue reading

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Guinea Worm’s Last Stand

By Laura Horne The end of Guinea worm disease is near, according to alumni Matt Ward (IHD/TM MPH ‘07) and Steve Bennett (TM MPH ‘09) and current tropical medicine student Brady Zieman, all of whom have worked in Southern Sudan … Continue reading

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Connecting the Dots in Kenya

Kate Macintyre helps develop a national strategy to address the growing epidemic of tuberculosis By Eric Goldscheider Photos by: Betsy Charron* The news from the front lines of the global fight against tuberculosis is not good, according to Kate Macintyre, … Continue reading

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The Kenya Connection

By Eric Goldscheider Photos by: Betsy Charron* Tulane graduate students are reaping the benefits of having a base of operations and a network of contacts in Kenya. Last summer Erin Peacock, who had served in the Peace Corps in Tanzania and … Continue reading

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