Dr. Paul Farmer and others from the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine speak about the Ebola Outbreak
- Dr. Paul Farmer on African Ebola Outbreak: Growing Inequality in Global Healthcare at Root of Crisis - Democracy NOW!
- Mohamed Bailor Barrie, Fulbright Fellow and student in the Master of Medical Sciences - Global Health Delivery program, speaks about challenges related to Ebola in Sierra Leone in a recent issue of the Harvard Gazette.
- Dr. Paul Farmer highlights the need for health systems strengthening in a radio interview with Public Radio International's The World.
- Dr. Scott Podolsky was quoted in Medical News Today that the inspiration for the drug is rooted in the pioneering research of the late 19th century.
Power of Ideas: Vanessa Kerry, Founder of SEED Global Health
Vanessa Kerry, MD, MPH, Instructor in Global Health and Social Medicine and Director of the Program in Global Health and Social Change, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School; Assistant Professor of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital; and co-founder and CEO of SEED Global Health is profiled in the Power of Ideas section of Boston Magazine.
Vanessa is featured for her grassroots effort leading to the establishment of SEED Global Health Service Corps in the spring of 2012. SEED Global Health develops powerful partnerships to strengthen health systems globally. SEED works with the Peace Corps as the Global Health Service Partnership, a public-private collaboration investing in local capacity and human capital for better health in resource-limited countries.