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Many Penn faculty are engaged in exciting and worthwhile global health endeavors throughout their careers. If you are interested in learning more about who is doing what in global health at Penn, you may wish to use our sortable table below. If you are a faculty member who should be included in this table and/or whose information should be updated, please contact Global Health Programs. We will be happy to add or modify your information at any time.

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Ahn, MD, PhD Jaimo Orthopaedic Survery Latin America orthopaedic trauma care disparity and education currently planning trip with HVO/OO to Latin America jaimo.ahn@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Ahya, MD Vivek N. Pulmonary & Critical Care India teaching, advanced lung diseases, transplantation   ahyav@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Aplenc, MD, PhD Richard Pediatrics Bosnia former Yugoslavia Slovenia, Bosnia, Macedonia with IM and IRC. Torture evaluations with MDM aplenc@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Aplenc, MD, PhD Richard Pediatrics Macedonia former Yugoslavia Slovenia, Bosnia, Macedonia with IM and IRC. Torture evaluations with MDM aplenc@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Aplenc, MD, PhD Richard Pediatrics Slovenia former Yugoslavia Slovenia, Bosnia, Macedonia with IM and IRC. Torture evaluations with MDM aplenc@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Arlet, MD Vincent Orthopaedic Survery Caribbean Trinidad and rest of the Carribbean Dr David Toby Outcome of Spine deformity Surgery in the West Indies vincent.arlet@uphs.upenn.edu PAH 05 2012
Arlet, MD Vincent Orthopaedic Survery Trinidad Trinidad and rest of the Carribbean Dr David Toby Outcome of Spine deformity Surgery in the West Indies vincent.arlet@uphs.upenn.edu PAH 05 2012
Ashburn Michael Anesthesiology & Critical Care Haiti Haiti, local health care provider education, provision of health care Team Leader, Penn Haiti Team 1; Several trips with Operation Smile Michael.Ashburn@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Axelsen, MD Paul India Worked as an infectious disease consultant for large expatriate groups in Papua New Guinea and in Bangalore, India axe@upenn.edu 10 2010
Axelsen, MD Paul Papua New Guinea Worked as an infectious disease consultant for large expatriate groups in Papua New Guinea and in Bangalore, India axe@upenn.edu 10 2010
Barrett, PhD, FCP Jeffrey Pediatrics China I'm in the Pediatrics Department and Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Division of CHOP. I also lead a core for the CTSA (KMAS, Kinetic Modeling and Simulation). I have an Adjunct Appointment in China at Central South University in Changsha (CSU, http://www.csu.edu.cn/english/overview/index.htm) and the Third Xiangya Hospital. We collaborate on topics related to clinical pharmacology including efforts to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and I provide training in Pharmacomestrics to their students and faculty. I have similar relationships with universities in Dusseldorf, Germany; Genoa, Italy; and Menchester, UK Over 25 years of experience treating facial deformities in this sector of the world. Dr. Bartlett visits University Children's Hospital in Karakow 2-3 times each year for a week and has made over 60 trips to date. Medical students from Penn have taken rotations at this hospital and have found the experience of lasting value. Rotations can be arranged in almost any pediatric discipline. CMFCEE is always looking for students in Wharton or associated health care schools to cooordinate fund raising and do research on pediatric needs of Central and Eastern Europe. barrettj@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2012
Barrett, PhD, FCP Jeffrey Pediatrics Germany I'm in the Pediatrics Department and Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Division of CHOP. I also lead a core for the CTSA (KMAS, Kinetic Modeling and Simulation). I have an Adjunct Appointment in China at Central South University in Changsha (CSU, http://www.csu.edu.cn/english/overview/index.htm) and the Third Xiangya Hospital. We collaborate on topics related to clinical pharmacology including efforts to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and I provide training in Pharmacomestrics to their students and faculty. I have similar relationships with universities in Dusseldorf, Germany; Genoa, Italy; and Menchester, UK Over 25 years of experience treating facial deformities in this sector of the world. Dr. Bartlett visits University Children's Hospital in Karakow 2-3 times each year for a week and has made over 60 trips to date. Medical students from Penn have taken rotations at this hospital and have found the experience of lasting value. Rotations can be arranged in almost any pediatric discipline. CMFCEE is always looking for students in Wharton or associated health care schools to cooordinate fund raising and do research on pediatric needs of Central and Eastern Europe. barrettj@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2012
Barrett, PhD, FCP Jeffrey Pediatrics Italy I'm in the Pediatrics Department and Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Division of CHOP. I also lead a core for the CTSA (KMAS, Kinetic Modeling and Simulation). I have an Adjunct Appointment in China at Central South University in Changsha (CSU, http://www.csu.edu.cn/english/overview/index.htm) and the Third Xiangya Hospital. We collaborate on topics related to clinical pharmacology including efforts to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and I provide training in Pharmacomestrics to their students and faculty. I have similar relationships with universities in Dusseldorf, Germany; Genoa, Italy; and Menchester, UK Over 25 years of experience treating facial deformities in this sector of the world. Dr. Bartlett visits University Children's Hospital in Karakow 2-3 times each year for a week and has made over 60 trips to date. Medical students from Penn have taken rotations at this hospital and have found the experience of lasting value. Rotations can be arranged in almost any pediatric discipline. CMFCEE is always looking for students in Wharton or associated health care schools to cooordinate fund raising and do research on pediatric needs of Central and Eastern Europe. barrettj@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2012
Barrett, PhD, FCP Jeffrey Pediatrics UK I'm in the Pediatrics Department and Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Division of CHOP. I also lead a core for the CTSA (KMAS, Kinetic Modeling and Simulation). I have an Adjunct Appointment in China at Central South University in Changsha (CSU, http://www.csu.edu.cn/english/overview/index.htm) and the Third Xiangya Hospital. We collaborate on topics related to clinical pharmacology including efforts to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and I provide training in Pharmacomestrics to their students and faculty. I have similar relationships with universities in Dusseldorf, Germany; Genoa, Italy; and Menchester, UK Over 25 years of experience treating facial deformities in this sector of the world. Dr. Bartlett visits University Children's Hospital in Karakow 2-3 times each year for a week and has made over 60 trips to date. Medical students from Penn have taken rotations at this hospital and have found the experience of lasting value. Rotations can be arranged in almost any pediatric discipline. CMFCEE is always looking for students in Wharton or associated health care schools to cooordinate fund raising and do research on pediatric needs of Central and Eastern Europe. barrettj@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2012
Bartlett, MD Scott Surgery: Plastic and Reconstructive Eastern Europe Volunteer projects in Poland and Eastern Europe; Project Hope; Co Founder CMF, Children's Medical Foundation of Central and Eastern Europe (www.cmfcee.org) bartletts@email.com.edubartletts@email.com.edubartletts@gmail.com.edu CHOP/HUP 05 2014
Basner, MD, MS, MSc Mathias Psychiatry: Sleep and Chronobiology Europe Effects of noise on sleep and health Germany, Europe, United States basner@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Basner, MD, MS, MSc Mathias Psychiatry: Sleep and Chronobiology Germany Effects of noise on sleep and health Germany, Europe, United States basner@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Basner, MD, MS, MSc Mathias Psychiatry: Sleep and Chronobiology United States Effects of noise on sleep and health Germany, Europe, United States basner@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Branas, PhD Charles Biostatistics & Epidemiology Guatemala developing nations,public health, epidemiology, geography, violence, suicide, chronic diseases, andemergency care
Guatemala, Greece, New Zealand, Peru, Southern Africa
Principal Investigator of multiple NIH Fogarty International Center Research TrainingPrograms, including a Millennium Promise Award, and Co-Director of the Guatemala-Penn Partnership along with faculty at theUniversidad SanCarlos and the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala. Also providing leadership to Penn’s global health programs in Peru as well conducting researchin Guatemala, Greece, and Southern Africa and serving on the Canadian National Research Council and theSouth African Medical Research Council. Additional faculty appointments at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala and the University of Otago Centre for International Health in New Zealand. cbranas@upenn.edu University of Pennsylvania, Epidemiology and Cartographic Modeling Lab 05 2014
Branas, PhD Charles Biostatistics & Epidemiology Greece developing nations,public health, epidemiology, geography, violence, suicide, chronic diseases, andemergency care
Guatemala, Greece, New Zealand, Peru, Southern Africa
Principal Investigator of multiple NIH Fogarty International Center Research TrainingPrograms, including a Millennium Promise Award, and Co-Director of the Guatemala-Penn Partnership along with faculty at theUniversidad SanCarlos and the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala. Also providing leadership to Penn’s global health programs in Peru as well conducting researchin Guatemala, Greece, and Southern Africa and serving on the Canadian National Research Council and theSouth African Medical Research Council. Additional faculty appointments at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala and the University of Otago Centre for International Health in New Zealand. cbranas@upenn.edu University of Pennsylvania, Epidemiology and Cartographic Modeling Lab 05 2014
Branas, PhD Charles Biostatistics & Epidemiology New Zealand developing nations,public health, epidemiology, geography, violence, suicide, chronic diseases, andemergency care
Guatemala, Greece, New Zealand, Peru, Southern Africa
Principal Investigator of multiple NIH Fogarty International Center Research TrainingPrograms, including a Millennium Promise Award, and Co-Director of the Guatemala-Penn Partnership along with faculty at theUniversidad SanCarlos and the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala. Also providing leadership to Penn’s global health programs in Peru as well conducting researchin Guatemala, Greece, and Southern Africa and serving on the Canadian National Research Council and theSouth African Medical Research Council. Additional faculty appointments at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala and the University of Otago Centre for International Health in New Zealand. cbranas@upenn.edu University of Pennsylvania, Epidemiology and Cartographic Modeling Lab 05 2014
Branas, PhD Charles Biostatistics & Epidemiology Peru developing nations,public health, epidemiology, geography, violence, suicide, chronic diseases, andemergency care
Guatemala, Greece, New Zealand, Peru, Southern Africa
Principal Investigator of multiple NIH Fogarty International Center Research TrainingPrograms, including a Millennium Promise Award, and Co-Director of the Guatemala-Penn Partnership along with faculty at theUniversidad SanCarlos and the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala. Also providing leadership to Penn’s global health programs in Peru as well conducting researchin Guatemala, Greece, and Southern Africa and serving on the Canadian National Research Council and theSouth African Medical Research Council. Additional faculty appointments at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala and the University of Otago Centre for International Health in New Zealand. cbranas@upenn.edu University of Pennsylvania, Epidemiology and Cartographic Modeling Lab 05 2014
Branas, PhD Charles Biostatistics & Epidemiology Southern Africa developing nations,public health, epidemiology, geography, violence, suicide, chronic diseases, andemergency care
Guatemala, Greece, New Zealand, Peru, Southern Africa
Principal Investigator of multiple NIH Fogarty International Center Research TrainingPrograms, including a Millennium Promise Award, and Co-Director of the Guatemala-Penn Partnership along with faculty at theUniversidad SanCarlos and the Universidad Francisco Marroquin in Guatemala. Also providing leadership to Penn’s global health programs in Peru as well conducting researchin Guatemala, Greece, and Southern Africa and serving on the Canadian National Research Council and theSouth African Medical Research Council. Additional faculty appointments at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala and the University of Otago Centre for International Health in New Zealand. cbranas@upenn.edu University of Pennsylvania, Epidemiology and Cartographic Modeling Lab 05 2014
Bream, MD Kent D.W. Family Medicine & Community Health Guatemala Community-Based, community-relevant initiatives, resource allocation and policy, education and clinical training, intercultural exchanges. Research Interests: Medical Missionaries, Newborn and Maternal Health, education, community based participatory initiatives. Geographic Area of Interest: US and Latin America Field School and Clinical Partnership in Guatemala (GHI) Clinical work in Guatemala, Swaziland and Venezuela, research in Malawi, contacts in Guatemala, England, Italy, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, and Venezuela. US based Global Health: Medical Director-Sayre Health Center, political asylum and torture evaluations with Physicians for Human Rights. bream@mail.med.upenn.edu 10 2010
Bream, MD Kent D.W. Family Medicine & Community Health Latin America Community-Based, community-relevant initiatives, resource allocation and policy, education and clinical training, intercultural exchanges. Research Interests: Medical Missionaries, Newborn and Maternal Health, education, community based participatory initiatives. Geographic Area of Interest: US and Latin America Field School and Clinical Partnership in Guatemala (GHI) Clinical work in Guatemala, Swaziland and Venezuela, research in Malawi, contacts in Guatemala, England, Italy, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, and Venezuela. US based Global Health: Medical Director-Sayre Health Center, political asylum and torture evaluations with Physicians for Human Rights. bream@mail.med.upenn.edu 10 2010
Bream, MD Kent D.W. Family Medicine & Community Health Swaiziland Community-Based, community-relevant initiatives, resource allocation and policy, education and clinical training, intercultural exchanges. Research Interests: Medical Missionaries, Newborn and Maternal Health, education, community based participatory initiatives. Geographic Area of Interest: US and Latin America Field School and Clinical Partnership in Guatemala (GHI) Clinical work in Guatemala, Swaziland and Venezuela, research in Malawi, contacts in Guatemala, England, Italy, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, and Venezuela. US based Global Health: Medical Director-Sayre Health Center, political asylum and torture evaluations with Physicians for Human Rights. bream@mail.med.upenn.edu 10 2010
Bream, MD Kent D.W. Family Medicine & Community Health United States Community-Based, community-relevant initiatives, resource allocation and policy, education and clinical training, intercultural exchanges. Research Interests: Medical Missionaries, Newborn and Maternal Health, education, community based participatory initiatives. Geographic Area of Interest: US and Latin America Field School and Clinical Partnership in Guatemala (GHI) Clinical work in Guatemala, Swaziland and Venezuela, research in Malawi, contacts in Guatemala, England, Italy, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, and Venezuela. US based Global Health: Medical Director-Sayre Health Center, political asylum and torture evaluations with Physicians for Human Rights. bream@mail.med.upenn.edu 10 2010
Bream, MD Kent D.W. Family Medicine & Community Health Venezuela Community-Based, community-relevant initiatives, resource allocation and policy, education and clinical training, intercultural exchanges. Research Interests: Medical Missionaries, Newborn and Maternal Health, education, community based participatory initiatives. Geographic Area of Interest: US and Latin America Field School and Clinical Partnership in Guatemala (GHI) Clinical work in Guatemala, Swaziland and Venezuela, research in Malawi, contacts in Guatemala, England, Italy, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, and Venezuela. US based Global Health: Medical Director-Sayre Health Center, political asylum and torture evaluations with Physicians for Human Rights. bream@mail.med.upenn.edu 10 2010
Brennan, MD PJ Infectious
Disease
TB CDC/ATS Director, TB Control, Philadelphia Dept. of Health pj.brennan@uphs.upenn.edu HUP
Brown, MD Lawrence W. Pediatrics Australia Pediatric medicine Visiting Professor at Westmead Children's Hospital (Sydney, Australia), Sarai Hospitals (Brasilia and Bahia, Brazil), CHOP China mission (lectures in Beijing and Shanghai, China) Development of additional international training, clinical and research programs under the auspices of CHOP. brownla@email.chop.edu CHOP
Brown, MD Lawrence W. Pediatrics Brazil Pediatric medicine Visiting Professor at Westmead Children's Hospital (Sydney, Australia), Sarai Hospitals (Brasilia and Bahia, Brazil), CHOP China mission (lectures in Beijing and Shanghai, China) Development of additional international training, clinical and research programs under the auspices of CHOP. brownla@email.chop.edu CHOP
Brown, MD Lawrence W. Pediatrics China Pediatric medicine Visiting Professor at Westmead Children's Hospital (Sydney, Australia), Sarai Hospitals (Brasilia and Bahia, Brazil), CHOP China mission (lectures in Beijing and Shanghai, China) Development of additional international training, clinical and research programs under the auspices of CHOP. brownla@email.chop.edu CHOP
Brucker, MD Alexander J Ophthalmology Africa Diabetic Retinopathy and Age Related Macular Degeneration, their prevention and treatments being developed throughout the world. Randomized clinical trials throughout the world. Lecturing on these diseases in nations where continuing education must be brought to the physicians in order to bring up the standards of care in those nations; Europe, Asia, South America, Africa Alexander.Brucker@uphs.upenn.edu Scheie Eye Institute 12 2010
Brucker, MD Alexander J Ophthalmology Asia Diabetic Retinopathy and Age Related Macular Degeneration, their prevention and treatments being developed throughout the world. Randomized clinical trials throughout the world. Lecturing on these diseases in nations where continuing education must be brought to the physicians in order to bring up the standards of care in those nations; Europe, Asia, South America, Africa Alexander.Brucker@uphs.upenn.edu Scheie Eye Institute 12 2010
Brucker, MD Alexander J Ophthalmology Europe Diabetic Retinopathy and Age Related Macular Degeneration, their prevention and treatments being developed throughout the world. Randomized clinical trials throughout the world. Lecturing on these diseases in nations where continuing education must be brought to the physicians in order to bring up the standards of care in those nations; Europe, Asia, South America, Africa Alexander.Brucker@uphs.upenn.edu Scheie Eye Institute 12 2010
Brucker, MD Alexander J Ophthalmology South America Diabetic Retinopathy and Age Related Macular Degeneration, their prevention and treatments being developed throughout the world. Randomized clinical trials throughout the world. Lecturing on these diseases in nations where continuing education must be brought to the physicians in order to bring up the standards of care in those nations; Europe, Asia, South America, Africa Alexander.Brucker@uphs.upenn.edu Scheie Eye Institute 12 2010
Chen, MD, PhD Lan X. Rheumatology China Rheumatologic conditions in Asia vs. the West; integrated care and the philosophical approach to rheumatic disease; acupuncture Shanghai & Beijing Lan.Chen@uphs.upenn.edu Presbyterian PPMC 05 2014
Coffin, MD, MPH Susan E. Pediatrics Ghana Pandemic influenza, Infection Control Program Development/Support, Epidemiology and Prevention of Healthcare-associated Infections Infection control training (Ghana, Botswana, Vietnam, Egypt, Greece); Pandemic Influenza Planning (Ghana, Vietnam); Infection control and Healthcare-associated infections research (Ghana, Botswana, Greece) Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research (University of Athens) coffin@email.chop.edu CHOP 02 2014
Coffin, MD, MPH Susan E. Pediatrics Botswana Pandemic influenza, Infection Control Program Development/Support, Epidemiology and Prevention of Healthcare-associated Infections Infection control training (Ghana, Botswana, Vietnam, Egypt, Greece); Pandemic Influenza Planning (Ghana, Vietnam); Infection control and Healthcare-associated infections research (Ghana, Botswana, Greece) Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research (University of Athens) coffin@email.chop.edu CHOP 02 2014
Coffin, MD, MPH Susan E. Pediatrics Greece Pandemic influenza, Infection Control Program Development/Support, Epidemiology and Prevention of Healthcare-associated Infections Infection control training (Ghana, Botswana, Vietnam, Egypt, Greece); Pandemic Influenza Planning (Ghana, Vietnam); Infection control and Healthcare-associated infections research (Ghana, Botswana, Greece) Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Outcomes Research (University of Athens) coffin@email.chop.edu CHOP 02 2014
Cohn, MD, MPH Jennifer Infectious
Disease
Dominican Republic HIV policy (funding and access to medications), health systems and task shifting, civil society advocacy and activism Director of the Penn Internal Medicine Global Health Equities Residency Track, lives in Nairobi part time, worked in Malawi, Uganda, Kenya; contacts in Guatemala, Dominican Republic. Policy advisory for East Africa for MSF Access Campaign 3. Jennifer.cohn@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2012
Cohn, MD, MPH Jennifer Infectious
Disease
Guatemala HIV policy (funding and access to medications), health systems and task shifting, civil society advocacy and activism Director of the Penn Internal Medicine Global Health Equities Residency Track, lives in Nairobi part time, worked in Malawi, Uganda, Kenya; contacts in Guatemala, Dominican Republic. Policy advisory for East Africa for MSF Access Campaign 3. Jennifer.cohn@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2012
Cohn, MD, MPH Jennifer Infectious
Disease
Kenya HIV policy (funding and access to medications), health systems and task shifting, civil society advocacy and activism Director of the Penn Internal Medicine Global Health Equities Residency Track, lives in Nairobi part time, worked in Malawi, Uganda, Kenya; contacts in Guatemala, Dominican Republic. Policy advisory for East Africa for MSF Access Campaign 3. Jennifer.cohn@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2012
Cohn, MD, MPH Jennifer Infectious
Disease
Malawai HIV policy (funding and access to medications), health systems and task shifting, civil society advocacy and activism Director of the Penn Internal Medicine Global Health Equities Residency Track, lives in Nairobi part time, worked in Malawi, Uganda, Kenya; contacts in Guatemala, Dominican Republic. Policy advisory for East Africa for MSF Access Campaign 3. Jennifer.cohn@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2012
Cohn, MD Jennifer Infectious
Disease
Nairobi HIV policy (funding and access to medications), health systems and task shifting, civil society advocacy and activism Director of the Penn Internal Medicine Global Health Equities Residency Track, lives in Nairobi part time, worked in Malawi, Uganda, Kenya; contacts in Guatemala, Dominican Republic. Policy advisory for East Africa for MSF Access Campaign 3. Jennifer.cohn@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2012
Cohn, MD, MPH Jennifer Infectious
Disease
Uganda HIV policy (funding and access to medications), health systems and task shifting, civil society advocacy and activism Director of the Penn Internal Medicine Global Health Equities Residency Track, lives in Nairobi part time, worked in Malawi, Uganda, Kenya; contacts in Guatemala, Dominican Republic. Policy advisory for East Africa for MSF Access Campaign 3. Jennifer.cohn@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2012
Dahodwala, MD, MS Nabila Neurology Botswana Neurology education in underserved areas; neuro-epidemiology Clinical experience in Botswana; Research experience in Peru; Member of WHO working group on global burden of Parkinson's disease nabila.dahodwala@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Dahodwala, MD, MS Nabila Neurology Peru Neurology education in underserved areas; neuro-epidemiology Clinical experience in Botswana; Research experience in Peru; Member of WHO working group on global burden of Parkinson's disease nabila.dahodwala@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Dean, MD Anthony Emergency Medicine Botswana

I am spear-heading an initiative on behalf of the Penn Department of Emergency Medicine to develop the specialty of Emergency medicine in Guatemala. This objective is being carried forward in collaboration with the University of San Carlos, Guatemala and the Guatemalan Ministry of Health. We are in the active planning phase for the program that is expected to start in the Spring of 2015.

In the Emergency Department Division of Ultrasonography, we train medical students, residents, and faculty in the use of clinician-performed bedside ultrasonography in resource poor settings in the developing and in the developed world. Our trainees have taught and used bedside ultrasound in clinical practice in Rwanda, Botswana, Kenya, Guatemala, South Africa, and elsewhere. We do research in emergency ultrasonography and offer research externships for medical trainees from all countries. We anticipate that our activities this year will continue to expand with the arrival of Trish Henwood, M.D., who will be joining our team. Dr Henwood is a fellowship trained emergency sonologist with a special focus on global health and global health training, and a co-founder of PURE (“Point-of-care Ultrasound in Resource-poor Environments” http://www.pureultrasound.org). We are active in two NGO’s: PURE and WINFOCUS (“World Interactive Network For Critical ultrasound” http://www.winfocus.org/).

 

Anthony.dean@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Dean, MD Anthony Emergency Medicine Guatemala

I am spear-heading an initiative on behalf of the Penn Department of Emergency Medicine to develop the specialty of Emergency medicine in Guatemala. This objective is being carried forward in collaboration with the University of San Carlos, Guatemala and the Guatemalan Ministry of Health. We are in the active planning phase for the program that is expected to start in the Spring of 2015.

In the Emergency Department Division of Ultrasonography, we train medical students, residents, and faculty in the use of clinician-performed bedside ultrasonography in resource poor settings in the developing and in the developed world. Our trainees have taught and used bedside ultrasound in clinical practice in Rwanda, Botswana, Kenya, Guatemala, South Africa, and elsewhere. We do research in emergency ultrasonography and offer research externships for medical trainees from all countries. We anticipate that our activities this year will continue to expand with the arrival of Trish Henwood, M.D., who will be joining our team. Dr Henwood is a fellowship trained emergency sonologist with a special focus on global health and global health training, and a co-founder of PURE (“Point-of-care Ultrasound in Resource-poor Environments” http://www.pureultrasound.org). We are active in two NGO’s: PURE and WINFOCUS (“World Interactive Network For Critical ultrasound” http://www.winfocus.org/).

Anthony.dean@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Dean, MD Anthony Emergency Medicine Kenya

I am spear-heading an initiative on behalf of the Penn Department of Emergency Medicine to develop the specialty of Emergency medicine in Guatemala. This objective is being carried forward in collaboration with the University of San Carlos, Guatemala and the Guatemalan Ministry of Health. We are in the active planning phase for the program that is expected to start in the Spring of 2015.

In the Emergency Department Division of Ultrasonography, we train medical students, residents, and faculty in the use of clinician-performed bedside ultrasonography in resource poor settings in the developing and in the developed world. Our trainees have taught and used bedside ultrasound in clinical practice in Rwanda, Botswana, Kenya, Guatemala, South Africa, and elsewhere. We do research in emergency ultrasonography and offer research externships for medical trainees from all countries. We anticipate that our activities this year will continue to expand with the arrival of Trish Henwood, M.D., who will be joining our team. Dr Henwood is a fellowship trained emergency sonologist with a special focus on global health and global health training, and a co-founder of PURE (“Point-of-care Ultrasound in Resource-poor Environments” http://www.pureultrasound.org). We are active in two NGO’s: PURE and WINFOCUS (“World Interactive Network For Critical ultrasound” http://www.winfocus.org/).

Anthony.dean@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Dormans, MD John P. Surgery:
Orthopaedic
Ethiopia International education and pediatric spinal tumors Currently serving on the board of a number of global organizations, including Orthopaedics Overseas (Ethiopia and Indonesia), Health Volunteers Overseas, and Global HELP (Health Education using Low-cost Publication ), an organization specifically designed to better educate developing countries on medical based information. Have also volunteered in Bulgaria twice (through USAID), Salzburg twice (through AAF), India (through ABJS/CORR; Co-Chairman for the Brighton Workshop on Trauma in the Developing World in India – road traffic safety), Uganda (through AAOS/OO/ECSAEOA/ASEA Instructional Course in Uganda), and Honduras (with CURE) to educate local surgeons and doctors on orthopaedic conditions and treatment. Also taught in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kuwait, India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Participated in visiting professorships in Canada, Mexico, London, Norway, Turkey, Indonesia, Uganda, and Japan. Delivered a postgraduate medical educational program in pediatric orthopaedic surgery for promising surgeons in eastern Europe and central Asia through the AAF. dormans@email.chop.edu 01 2011
Dormans, MD John P. Surgery:
Orthopaedic
Indonesia International education and pediatric spinal tumors Currently serving on the board of a number of global organizations, including Orthopaedics Overseas (Ethiopia and Indonesia), Health Volunteers Overseas, and Global HELP (Health Education using Low-cost Publication ), an organization specifically designed to better educate developing countries on medical based information. Have also volunteered in Bulgaria twice (through USAID), Salzburg twice (through AAF), India (through ABJS/CORR; Co-Chairman for the Brighton Workshop on Trauma in the Developing World in India – road traffic safety), Uganda (through AAOS/OO/ECSAEOA/ASEA Instructional Course in Uganda), and Honduras (with CURE) to educate local surgeons and doctors on orthopaedic conditions and treatment. Also taught in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kuwait, India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Participated in visiting professorships in Canada, Mexico, London, Norway, Turkey, Indonesia, Uganda, and Japan. Delivered a postgraduate medical educational program in pediatric orthopaedic surgery for promising surgeons in eastern Europe and central Asia through the AAF. dormans@email.chop.edu 01 2011
Dormans, MD John P. Surgery:
Orthopaedic
Bulgaria International education and pediatric spinal tumors Currently serving on the board of a number of global organizations, including Orthopaedics Overseas (Ethiopia and Indonesia), Health Volunteers Overseas, and Global HELP (Health Education using Low-cost Publication ), an organization specifically designed to better educate developing countries on medical based information. Have also volunteered in Bulgaria twice (through USAID), Salzburg twice (through AAF), India (through ABJS/CORR; Co-Chairman for the Brighton Workshop on Trauma in the Developing World in India – road traffic safety), Uganda (through AAOS/OO/ECSAEOA/ASEA Instructional Course in Uganda), and Honduras (with CURE) to educate local surgeons and doctors on orthopaedic conditions and treatment. Also taught in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kuwait, India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Participated in visiting professorships in Canada, Mexico, London, Norway, Turkey, Indonesia, Uganda, and Japan. Delivered a postgraduate medical educational program in pediatric orthopaedic surgery for promising surgeons in eastern Europe and central Asia through the AAF. dormans@email.chop.edu 01 2011
Dormans, MD John P. Surgery:
Orthopaedic
Austria International education and pediatric spinal tumors Currently serving on the board of a number of global organizations, including Orthopaedics Overseas (Ethiopia and Indonesia), Health Volunteers Overseas, and Global HELP (Health Education using Low-cost Publication ), an organization specifically designed to better educate developing countries on medical based information. Have also volunteered in Bulgaria twice (through USAID), Salzburg twice (through AAF), India (through ABJS/CORR; Co-Chairman for the Brighton Workshop on Trauma in the Developing World in India – road traffic safety), Uganda (through AAOS/OO/ECSAEOA/ASEA Instructional Course in Uganda), and Honduras (with CURE) to educate local surgeons and doctors on orthopaedic conditions and treatment. Also taught in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kuwait, India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Participated in visiting professorships in Canada, Mexico, London, Norway, Turkey, Indonesia, Uganda, and Japan. Delivered a postgraduate medical educational program in pediatric orthopaedic surgery for promising surgeons in eastern Europe and central Asia through the AAF. dormans@email.chop.edu 01 2011
Dormans, MD John P. Surgery:
Orthopaedic
India International education and pediatric spinal tumors Currently serving on the board of a number of global organizations, including Orthopaedics Overseas (Ethiopia and Indonesia), Health Volunteers Overseas, and Global HELP (Health Education using Low-cost Publication ), an organization specifically designed to better educate developing countries on medical based information. Have also volunteered in Bulgaria twice (through USAID), Salzburg twice (through AAF), India (through ABJS/CORR; Co-Chairman for the Brighton Workshop on Trauma in the Developing World in India – road traffic safety), Uganda (through AAOS/OO/ECSAEOA/ASEA Instructional Course in Uganda), and Honduras (with CURE) to educate local surgeons and doctors on orthopaedic conditions and treatment. Also taught in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kuwait, India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Participated in visiting professorships in Canada, Mexico, London, Norway, Turkey, Indonesia, Uganda, and Japan. Delivered a postgraduate medical educational program in pediatric orthopaedic surgery for promising surgeons in eastern Europe and central Asia through the AAF. dormans@email.chop.edu 01 2011
Dormans, MD John P. Surgery:
Orthopaedic
Uganda International education and pediatric spinal tumors Currently serving on the board of a number of global organizations, including Orthopaedics Overseas (Ethiopia and Indonesia), Health Volunteers Overseas, and Global HELP (Health Education using Low-cost Publication ), an organization specifically designed to better educate developing countries on medical based information. Have also volunteered in Bulgaria twice (through USAID), Salzburg twice (through AAF), India (through ABJS/CORR; Co-Chairman for the Brighton Workshop on Trauma in the Developing World in India – road traffic safety), Uganda (through AAOS/OO/ECSAEOA/ASEA Instructional Course in Uganda), and Honduras (with CURE) to educate local surgeons and doctors on orthopaedic conditions and treatment. Also taught in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kuwait, India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Participated in visiting professorships in Canada, Mexico, London, Norway, Turkey, Indonesia, Uganda, and Japan. Delivered a postgraduate medical educational program in pediatric orthopaedic surgery for promising surgeons in eastern Europe and central Asia through the AAF. dormans@email.chop.edu 01 2011
Dormans, MD John P. Surgery:
Orthopaedic
Honduras International education and pediatric spinal tumors Currently serving on the board of a number of global organizations, including Orthopaedics Overseas (Ethiopia and Indonesia), Health Volunteers Overseas, and Global HELP (Health Education using Low-cost Publication ), an organization specifically designed to better educate developing countries on medical based information. Have also volunteered in Bulgaria twice (through USAID), Salzburg twice (through AAF), India (through ABJS/CORR; Co-Chairman for the Brighton Workshop on Trauma in the Developing World in India – road traffic safety), Uganda (through AAOS/OO/ECSAEOA/ASEA Instructional Course in Uganda), and Honduras (with CURE) to educate local surgeons and doctors on orthopaedic conditions and treatment. Also taught in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, South Africa, Ethiopia, Morocco, Scotland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, Austria, Italy, Germany, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Kuwait, India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand. Participated in visiting professorships in Canada, Mexico, London, Norway, Turkey, Indonesia, Uganda, and Japan. Delivered a postgraduate medical educational program in pediatric orthopaedic surgery for promising surgeons in eastern Europe and central Asia through the AAF. dormans@email.chop.edu 01 2011
Douglas, MD Steven D Pediatrics Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) HIV, pediatric and adolescent HIV/AIDS Scientific Leadership Group Member - International Maternal Pediatricadolescent Clinical Trials Network - NIAID/NICHD/NIMH -NIH HIV,AIDS- Mother to Child Transmission, NeuroAIDs, AHND douglas@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Douglas, MD Steven D Pediatrics Kenya HIV, pediatric and adolescent HIV/AIDS Scientific Leadership Group Member - International Maternal Pediatricadolescent Clinical Trials Network - NIAID/NICHD/NIMH -NIH HIV,AIDS- Mother to Child Transmission, NeuroAIDs, AHND douglas@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Douglas, MD Steven D Pediatrics South Africa HIV, pediatric and adolescent HIV/AIDS Scientific Leadership Group Member - International Maternal Pediatricadolescent Clinical Trials Network - NIAID/NICHD/NIMH -NIH HIV,AIDS- Mother to Child Transmission, NeuroAIDs, AHND douglas@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Elkassabany, MD Nabil M. Anesthesiology & Critical Care Egypt Educational programs for anesthesiologists in developing countries. We are collaborating in Egypt with members of departments of anesthesiology in Alexandria and Cairo University. In September 2010, we lead the effort to hold the 14th Anesthesia and Intensive Care Conference, Alexandria, Egypt in collaboration with the department of anesthesiology and critical care, University of Pennsylvania. The meeting included a workshop on ultrasound guided regional anesthesia where about 80 anesthesiologists attended the workshop. We are planning future collaboration with the department of anesthesia, Alexandria, Egypt. Nabil.Elkassabany@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Esterhai, MD John Orthopaedics Dominican Republic Orthopaedic mission work Past work with Orthopaedics Overseas in St. Lucia; Medical Missions International in Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Haiti earthquake relief, May 2010, with University of Maryland, Catholic Relief Services, and the Orthopaedic Trauma Association. john.esterhai@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Esterhai, MD John Orthopaedics Haiti Orthopaedic mission work Past work with Orthopaedics Overseas in St. Lucia; Medical Missions International in Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Haiti earthquake relief, May 2010, with University of Maryland, Catholic Relief Services, and the Orthopaedic Trauma Association. john.esterhai@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Esterhai, MD John Orthopaedics Jamaica Orthopaedic mission work Past work with Orthopaedics Overseas in St. Lucia; Medical Missions International in Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Haiti earthquake relief, May 2010, with University of Maryland, Catholic Relief Services, and the Orthopaedic Trauma Association. john.esterhai@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Esterhai, MD John Orthopaedics St. Lucia Orthopaedic mission work Past work with Orthopaedics Overseas in St. Lucia; Medical Missions International in Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. Haiti earthquake relief, May 2010, with University of Maryland, Catholic Relief Services, and the Orthopaedic Trauma Association. john.esterhai@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Fairman, MD Ronald M. Surgery:
Vascular  and Endovascular
Therapy
Afganistan Performing vascular surgical and endovascular interventions; teaching other surgeons to perform procedures and interventions, vascular program and system development; no geographic limitations. Volunteer at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany treating Coalition casualties with vascular injuries from Iraq and Afghanistan 2007. ron.fairman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Fairman, MD Ronald M. Surgery:
Vascular  and Endovascular
Therapy
Germany Performing vascular surgical and endovascular interventions; teaching other surgeons to perform procedures and interventions, vascular program and system development; no geographic limitations. Volunteer at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany treating Coalition casualties with vascular injuries from Iraq and Afghanistan 2007. ron.fairman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Fairman, MD Ronald M. Surgery:
Vascular  and Endovascular
Therapy
Iraq Performing vascular surgical and endovascular interventions; teaching other surgeons to perform procedures and interventions, vascular program and system development; no geographic limitations. Volunteer at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany treating Coalition casualties with vascular injuries from Iraq and Afghanistan 2007. ron.fairman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Finalle, MD, FAAP Rodney Pediatrics Botswana Pediatric and community health efforts, sustainable health care development, capacity building through community health workers and pediatric professional education in developing countries in the Caribbean, and Africa. Global Health medical education for residents and fellows. Medical Director of the Global Health Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, overseeing the hospital's Global Health initiatives in the Caribbean and Africa. Program includes a fully integrated community pediatric health program in the Dominican Republic lead collaboratively with CHOP and Dominican health professionals and supported by CHOP professional staff, pediatric residents, CHOP nurses, Dominican Republic pediatric residents, and medical students. Also serves as the Fellowship Director of the David N. Pincus Pediatric Global Health Fellowship at CHOP with two pediatric fellows serving in partner sites in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and South Africa. Current contacts in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and South Africa.  nutrition, breastfeeding, paternal health impact on children’s health, pathogens in respiratory illness and gastroenteritis in Botswana, child development in children impacted by AIDS. finalle@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Finalle, MD, FAAP Rodney Pediatrics Dominican Republic Pediatric and community health efforts, sustainable health care development, capacity building through community health workers and pediatric professional education in developing countries in the Caribbean, and Africa. Global Health medical education for residents and fellows. Medical Director of the Global Health Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, overseeing the hospital's Global Health initiatives in the Caribbean and Africa. Program includes a fully integrated community pediatric health program in the Dominican Republic lead collaboratively with CHOP and Dominican health professionals and supported by CHOP professional staff, pediatric residents, CHOP nurses, Dominican Republic pediatric residents, and medical students. Also serves as the Fellowship Director of the David N. Pincus Pediatric Global Health Fellowship at CHOP with two pediatric fellows serving in partner sites in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and South Africa. Current contacts in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and South Africa nutrition, breastfeeding, paternal health impact on children’s health, pathogens in respiratory illness and gastroenteritis in Botswana, child development in children impacted by AIDS. finalle@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Finalle, MD, FAAP Rodney Pediatrics South Africa Pediatric and community health efforts, sustainable health care development, capacity building through community health workers and pediatric professional education in developing countries in the Caribbean, and Africa. Medical Director of the Global Health Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, overseeing the hospital's Global Health initiatives in the Caribbean and Africa. Program includes a fully integrated community pediatric health program in the Dominican Republic lead collaboratively with CHOP and Dominican health professionals and supported by CHOP professional staff, pediatric residents, CHOP nurses, Dominican Republic pediatric residents, and medical students. Also serves as the Fellowship Director of the David N. Pincus Pediatric Global Health Fellowship at CHOP with two pediatric fellows serving in partner sites in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and South Africa. Current contacts in the Dominican Republic, Botswana and South Africa nutrition, breastfeeding, paternal health impact on children’s health, pathogens in respiratory illness and gastroenteritis in Botswana, child development in children impacted by AIDS. finalle@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Fogarty, MD Patrick F. Hematology/
Oncology
Botswana World Federation of Haemophilia Twinning Project: Princess Marina Hospital in Gabarone, Botswana The Penn Comprehensive Hemophilia and Thrombosis Program conducted comprehensive hemophilia clinics at Princess Marina Hospital in Gabarone, Botswana and maintains a relationship with providers in Botswana Patrick.Fogarty@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2012
Forbes, MD, PhD Brian J. Ophthalmology Central America Pediatric Ophthalmology Extensive experience in Central America, especially The Dominican Republic Forbesb@email.chop.edu CHOP 11 2010
Fox, MD Adam D. Neonatology Latin America Extensive experience in Latin America, especially Bolivia fox@email.chop.edu CHOP
Friedman, MD Harvey M. Infectious
Disease
Botswana HIV/Botswana; Director of Botswana-UPenn Partnership Botswana Antiretroviral therapy- effectiveness, predictors of failure and success; cervical cancer screening programs; HIV-TB co-infection; Medical Education at the University of Botswana School of Medicine hfriedma@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Glanz, PhD, MPH Karen Biostatistics & Epidemiology/
CCEB
Australia I have worked in Australia, Mexico, and Western Europe (Netherlands, Switzerland, UK) and Israel. Beginning some work in Botswana. Subjects: obesity/nutrition, and cancer prevention and control kglanz@upenn.edu 05 2014
Glanz, PhD, MPH Karen Biostatistics & Epidemiology/
CCEB
Botswana I have worked in Australia, Mexico, and Western Europe (Netherlands, Switzerland, UK) and Israel. Beginning some work in Botswana. Subjects: obesity/nutrition, and cancer prevention and control kglanz@upenn.edu 05 2014
Glanz, PhD, MPH Karen Biostatistics & Epidemiology/
CCEB
Israel I have worked in Australia, Mexico, and Western Europe (Netherlands, Switzerland, UK) and Israel. Beginning some work in Botswana. Subjects: obesity/nutrition, and cancer prevention and control kglanz@upenn.edu 05 2014
Glanz, PhD, MPH Karen Biostatistics & Epidemiology/
CCEB
Mexico I have worked in Australia, Mexico, and Western Europe (Netherlands, Switzerland, UK) and Israel. Beginning some work in Botswana. Subjects: obesity/nutrition, and cancer prevention and control kglanz@upenn.edu 05 2014
Glanz, PhD, MPH Karen Biostatistics & Epidemiology/
CCEB
Netherlands I have worked in Australia, Mexico, and Western Europe (Netherlands, Switzerland, UK) and Israel. Beginning some work in Botswana. Subjects: obesity/nutrition, and cancer prevention and control kglanz@upenn.edu 05 2014
Glanz, PhD, MPH Karen Biostatistics & Epidemiology/
CCEB
Switzerland I have worked in Australia, Mexico, and Western Europe (Netherlands, Switzerland, UK) and Israel. Beginning some work in Botswana. Subjects: obesity/nutrition, and cancer prevention and control kglanz@upenn.edu 05 2014
Glanz, PhD, MPH Karen Biostatistics & Epidemiology/
CCEB
UK I have worked in Australia, Mexico, and Western Europe (Netherlands, Switzerland, UK) and Israel. Beginning some work in Botswana. Subjects: obesity/nutrition, and cancer prevention and control kglanz@upenn.edu 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
Afghanistan travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
Botswana travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
China travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
Haiti travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
India travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
Kenya travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
Liberia travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
Tanzania travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gluckman, MD Stephen Infectious
Disease
Uganda travel/tropical medicine; HIV; parasitic diseases, general medicine issues in resource poor parts of the world. worked/taught in Liberia, Afghanistan, Haiti, China, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Botswana, India. Presently best contacts in Botswana, Kenya, Uganda, and India General Clinical/Teaching experiences in Botswana (establishing a PENN firm at the major public hospital). HIV care and the national HIV program in Botswana stephen.gluckman@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Gupta, MD Prabodh Pathology & Laboratory
Medicine
India Infectious disease; India Worked for United Nations, WHO and as faculty in New Delhi, India early cervical cancer gupta@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Hadjiliadis, MD, MHS Denis Pulmonary &
Critical Care
Greece Bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis and lung transplant mainly in Greece (Mediterranean) Denis.Hadjiliadis@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Hennessy, PharmD, PhD Sean Epidemiology & Pharmacology China pharmacoepidemiology in Peru Peru, Guatemala, and China; pharmacoepidemiology hennessy@upenn.edu 05 2014
Hennessy, PharmD, PhD Sean Epidemiology & Pharmacology Guatemala pharmacoepidemiology in Peru Peru, Guatemala, and China; pharmacoepidemiology hennessy@upenn.edu 05 2014
Hennessy, PharmD, PhD Sean Epidemiology & Pharmacology Peru pharmacoepidemiology in Peru Peru, Guatemala, and China; pharmacoepidemiology hennessy@upenn.edu 05 2014
Henwood, MD Patricia C. Emergency Medicine Botswana Point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings, medical education, emergency medicine development, and humanitarian assistance As incoming Director of Global Health Initiatives in Emergency Medicine, I will be working with colleagues at Penn to develop training programs in regards to both point-of-care ultrasound and emergency medicine in Guatemala and Botswana. I'm currently the Chair of the International Emergency Ultrasound Subcommittee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the President and Co-Founder of PURE, a 501c3 NGO (www.pureultrasound.org)dedicated to ultrasound training and research in the developing world. My efforts in this regard are currently focused heavily in Rwanda, while also facilitating a program in southwestern Uganda, and supporting efforts in Kenya. I'm additionally working with emergency medicine colleagues in Colombia in regards of integration of ultrasound into residency training throughout the country. I have additional global health experience in Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Efficacy of ultrasound training programs in developing settings, ultrasound applications relevant for developing settings, medical education in the developing world, trauma management in resource-limited settings trish.henwood@gmail.com HUP 06 2014
Henwood, MD Patricia C. Emergency Medicine Columbia Point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings, medical education, emergency medicine development, and humanitarian assistance As incoming Director of Global Health Initiatives in Emergency Medicine, I will be working with colleagues at Penn to develop training programs in regards to both point-of-care ultrasound and emergency medicine in Guatemala and Botswana. I'm currently the Chair of the International Emergency Ultrasound Subcommittee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the President and Co-Founder of PURE, a 501c3 NGO (www.pureultrasound.org)dedicated to ultrasound training and research in the developing world. My efforts in this regard are currently focused heavily in Rwanda, while also facilitating a program in southwestern Uganda, and supporting efforts in Kenya. I'm additionally working with emergency medicine colleagues in Colombia in regards of integration of ultrasound into residency training throughout the country. I have additional global health experience in Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Efficacy of ultrasound training programs in developing settings, ultrasound applications relevant for developing settings, medical education in the developing world, trauma management in resource-limited settings trish.henwood@gmail.com HUP 06 2014
Henwood, MD Patricia C. Emergency Medicine Ethiopia Point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings, medical education, emergency medicine development, and humanitarian assistance As incoming Director of Global Health Initiatives in Emergency Medicine, I will be working with colleagues at Penn to develop training programs in regards to both point-of-care ultrasound and emergency medicine in Guatemala and Botswana. I'm currently the Chair of the International Emergency Ultrasound Subcommittee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the President and Co-Founder of PURE, a 501c3 NGO (www.pureultrasound.org)dedicated to ultrasound training and research in the developing world. My efforts in this regard are currently focused heavily in Rwanda, while also facilitating a program in southwestern Uganda, and supporting efforts in Kenya. I'm additionally working with emergency medicine colleagues in Colombia in regards of integration of ultrasound into residency training throughout the country. I have additional global health experience in Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Efficacy of ultrasound training programs in developing settings, ultrasound applications relevant for developing settings, medical education in the developing world, trauma management in resource-limited settings trish.henwood@gmail.com HUP 06 2014
Henwood, MD Patricia C. Emergency Medicine Guatemala Point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings, medical education, emergency medicine development, and humanitarian assistance As incoming Director of Global Health Initiatives in Emergency Medicine, I will be working with colleagues at Penn to develop training programs in regards to both point-of-care ultrasound and emergency medicine in Guatemala and Botswana. I'm currently the Chair of the International Emergency Ultrasound Subcommittee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the President and Co-Founder of PURE, a 501c3 NGO (www.pureultrasound.org)dedicated to ultrasound training and research in the developing world. My efforts in this regard are currently focused heavily in Rwanda, while also facilitating a program in southwestern Uganda, and supporting efforts in Kenya. I'm additionally working with emergency medicine colleagues in Colombia in regards of integration of ultrasound into residency training throughout the country. I have additional global health experience in Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Efficacy of ultrasound training programs in developing settings, ultrasound applications relevant for developing settings, medical education in the developing world, trauma management in resource-limited settings trish.henwood@gmail.com HUP 06 2014
Henwood, MD Patricia C. Emergency Medicine Kenya Point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings, medical education, emergency medicine development, and humanitarian assistance As incoming Director of Global Health Initiatives in Emergency Medicine, I will be working with colleagues at Penn to develop training programs in regards to both point-of-care ultrasound and emergency medicine in Guatemala and Botswana. I'm currently the Chair of the International Emergency Ultrasound Subcommittee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the President and Co-Founder of PURE, a 501c3 NGO (www.pureultrasound.org)dedicated to ultrasound training and research in the developing world. My efforts in this regard are currently focused heavily in Rwanda, while also facilitating a program in southwestern Uganda, and supporting efforts in Kenya. I'm additionally working with emergency medicine colleagues in Colombia in regards of integration of ultrasound into residency training throughout the country. I have additional global health experience in Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Efficacy of ultrasound training programs in developing settings, ultrasound applications relevant for developing settings, medical education in the developing world, trauma management in resource-limited settings trish.henwood@gmail.com HUP 06 2014
Henwood, MD Patricia C. Emergency Medicine Rwanda Point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings, medical education, emergency medicine development, and humanitarian assistance As incoming Director of Global Health Initiatives in Emergency Medicine, I will be working with colleagues at Penn to develop training programs in regards to both point-of-care ultrasound and emergency medicine in Guatemala and Botswana. I'm currently the Chair of the International Emergency Ultrasound Subcommittee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the President and Co-Founder of PURE, a 501c3 NGO (www.pureultrasound.org)dedicated to ultrasound training and research in the developing world. My efforts in this regard are currently focused heavily in Rwanda, while also facilitating a program in southwestern Uganda, and supporting efforts in Kenya. I'm additionally working with emergency medicine colleagues in Colombia in regards of integration of ultrasound into residency training throughout the country. I have additional global health experience in Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Efficacy of ultrasound training programs in developing settings, ultrasound applications relevant for developing settings, medical education in the developing world, trauma management in resource-limited settings trish.henwood@gmail.com HUP 06 2014
Henwood, MD Patricia C. Emergency Medicine Uganda Point-of-care ultrasound in resource-limited settings, medical education, emergency medicine development, and humanitarian assistance As incoming Director of Global Health Initiatives in Emergency Medicine, I will be working with colleagues at Penn to develop training programs in regards to both point-of-care ultrasound and emergency medicine in Guatemala and Botswana. I'm currently the Chair of the International Emergency Ultrasound Subcommittee for the American College of Emergency Physicians, and the President and Co-Founder of PURE, a 501c3 NGO (www.pureultrasound.org)dedicated to ultrasound training and research in the developing world. My efforts in this regard are currently focused heavily in Rwanda, while also facilitating a program in southwestern Uganda, and supporting efforts in Kenya. I'm additionally working with emergency medicine colleagues in Colombia in regards of integration of ultrasound into residency training throughout the country. I have additional global health experience in Ethiopia, Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. Efficacy of ultrasound training programs in developing settings, ultrasound applications relevant for developing settings, medical education in the developing world, trauma management in resource-limited settings trish.henwood@gmail.com HUP 06 2014
Holmes, PhD John H. Biostatistics & Epidemiology Africa Latin America, Africa; Medical informatics, decision making, health communication, epidemiology, education Chair, Global Health Informatics Partnership Associated with INCLEN training program jhholmes@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Holmes, PhD John H. Biostatistics & Epidemiology Latin America Latin America, Africa; Medical informatics, decision making, health communication, epidemiology, education Chair, Global Health Informatics Partnership Associated with INCLEN training program jhholmes@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Huffman, MD, MPH G. Russell Surgery: Shoulder
& Elbow
El Salvador teaching and subspecialty training, Surgical Outcomes Japan, India, Pakistan, Malawi, South Africa, El Salvador Russell.huffman@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Huffman, MD, MPH G. Russell Surgery: Shoulder
& Elbow
India teaching and subspecialty training, Surgical Outcomes Japan, India, Pakistan, Malawi, South Africa, El Salvador Russell.huffman@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Huffman, MD, MPH G. Russell Surgery: Shoulder
& Elbow
Japan teaching and subspecialty training, Surgical Outcomes Japan, India, Pakistan, Malawi, South Africa, El Salvador Russell.huffman@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Huffman, MD, MPH G. Russell Surgery: Shoulder
& Elbow
Malawi teaching and subspecialty training, Surgical Outcomes Japan, India, Pakistan, Malawi, South Africa, El Salvador Russell.huffman@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Huffman, MD, MPH G. Russell Surgery: Shoulder
& Elbow
Pakistan teaching and subspecialty training, Surgical Outcomes Japan, India, Pakistan, Malawi, South Africa, El Salvador Russell.huffman@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Huffman, MD, MPH G. Russell Surgery: Shoulder
& Elbow
South Africa teaching and subspecialty training, Surgical Outcomes Japan, India, Pakistan, Malawi, South Africa, El Salvador Russell.huffman@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Hurst, MD Robert W. Neurosurgery & Neurology Bosnia Training and transfer of neuroendovascular procedures and imaging to less developed countries. Catholic Medical Foundation- experience in performing interventional neuroradiology procedures in Croatia/Bosnia; Lecturing, teaching in Brazil (Rio, Goianias, Belem). robert.hurst@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Hurst, MD Robert W. Neurosurgery & Neurology Brazil Training and transfer of neuroendovascular procedures and imaging to less developed countries. Catholic Medical Foundation- experience in performing interventional neuroradiology procedures in Croatia/Bosnia; Lecturing, teaching in Brazil (Rio, Goianias, Belem). robert.hurst@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Hurst, MD Robert W. Neurosurgery & Neurology Croatia Training and transfer of neuroendovascular procedures and imaging to less developed countries. Catholic Medical Foundation- experience in performing interventional neuroradiology procedures in Croatia/Bosnia; Lecturing, teaching in Brazil (Rio, Goianias, Belem). robert.hurst@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Ibrahim, MPH Said A. General Internal Medicine Brazil understanding and intervening on racial disparity in access and utilization of joint replacement in the management of knee/hip OA provides a national and international model for advancing health disparities research from first-generation studies that detected disparities in care, to second-generation studies exploring the reasons for these disparities, to the first-ever third-generation intervention trial to reduce well-documented disparity. collaborating with investigators in Sao Paulo, Brazil to implement a first generation disparity study where the goal is to look at the relationship between race and the likelihood of undergoing joint replacement in Brazil the impact of race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and culture on health care access, utilization and outcomes. ibrahims@mail.med.upenn.edu VA Medical Center 11 2010
Ibrahim, MPH Said A. General Internal Medicine Somalia understanding and intervening on racial disparity in access and utilization of joint replacement in the management of knee/hip OA provides a national and international model for advancing health disparities research from first-generation studies that detected disparities in care, to second-generation studies exploring the reasons for these disparities, to the first-ever third-generation intervention trial to reduce well-documented disparity. collaborating with investigators in Sao Paulo, Brazil to implement a first generation disparity study where the goal is to look at the relationship between race and the likelihood of undergoing joint replacement in Brazil the impact of race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and culture on health care access, utilization and outcomes. ibrahims@mail.med.upenn.edu VA Medical Center 11 2010
Iqbal, MD Nayyar Endocrinology Pakistan Obesity; High prevalence of type 2 diabetes in developing countries; metabolic syndrome worked extensively with Pakistan community on public health projects such as vaccinations, prevention/control of diarrheal epidemics in the 80's and 90's. Now at PENN completing training in clinical epidemiology. Working to initiate a collaborative project with local authorities in Pakistan to study the prevalence of diabetes and associated risk factors in that part of the world. nayyar.iqbal2@med.va.gov HUP 2005
Jemmott III, PHD John B Psychiatry Botswana Behavioral intervention trials to reduce rates of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in Sub-Saharan Africa; predictors and correlates of sexual risk behaviors in Sub-Saharan African adolescents, women, heterosexual men, and men who have sex with men. Since 2002, I have been conducting randomized controlled sexual risk-reduction trials in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa with adolescents, university students, and men. Also I am conducting a project in Gaborone, Botswana to increase the capacity of faculty at the University of Botswana to conduct HIV prevention intervention research with adolescents in schools and churches and with adolescents living with HIV. jjemmott@asc.upenn.edu 11 2010
Jemmott III, PHD John B Psychiatry South Africa Behavioral intervention trials to reduce rates of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in Sub-Saharan Africa; predictors and correlates of sexual risk behaviors in Sub-Saharan African adolescents, women, heterosexual men, and men who have sex with men. Since 2002, I have been conducting randomized controlled sexual risk-reduction trials in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa with adolescents, university students, and men. Also I am conducting a project in Gaborone, Botswana to increase the capacity of faculty at the University of Botswana to conduct HIV prevention intervention research with adolescents in schools and churches and with adolescents living with HIV. jjemmott@asc.upenn.edu 11 2010
Jhala, MD, MIAC Nirag Pathology & Laboratory
Medicine
India Asia and Europe.   To advance the understanding and exchange knowledge in the field of cytology and surgical pathology. Have worked in India. Have partnered with pathology across far east and in South East Asia for promotion of knowledge and understanding.  Jhalan@uphs.upenn.edu 03 2011
Jhala, MD, MIAC Nirag Pathology & Laboratory
Medicine
Asia Asia and Europe.   To advance the understanding and exchange knowledge in the field of cytology and surgical pathology. Have worked in India. Have partnered with pathology across far east and in South East Asia for promotion of knowledge and understanding.  Jhalan@uphs.upenn.edu 03 2011
Jhala, MD, MIAC Nirag Pathology & Laboratory
Medicine
Europe Asia and Europe.   To advance the understanding and exchange knowledge in the field of cytology and surgical pathology. Have worked in India. Have partnered with pathology across far east and in South East Asia for promotion of knowledge and understanding.  Jhalan@uphs.upenn.edu 03 2011
Kamoun, MD, PhD Malek Pathology & Laboratory
Medicine
Laboratory medicine and clinical immunology Human Immunology, autoimmunity, transplantation malekkam@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP
Kempen, MD, MPH, MHS, PhD John H. Ophthalmology Africa Eye diseases in developing countries, especially infectious and inflammatory diseases Ongoing collaborations in India and Africa john.kempen@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Kempen, MD, MPH, MHS, PhD John H. Ophthalmology India Eye diseases in developing countries, especially infectious and inflammatory diseases Ongoing collaborations in India and Africa john.kempen@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Kirkpatrick, MD James N. Cardiovascular Medicine Vietnam pacemaker recycling for reuse overseas, hand carried echocardiography in underserved areas, management of cardiovascular disease in the developing world. Hospital Adventista, Tegucigalpa, Honduras – 4 week rotation in med school; Ishaka Adventists Hospital, Ishaka, Uganda – 5 week rotation in med school; Hospital Albert Schweitzer, Deschappelles, Haiti – 4 week rotation on medicine service during residency; Bach Mai Hospital, Hanoi, Vietnam – 5 week rotation with CDC during residency. Heart ultrasound screening in rural Vietnam. Cardiovascular medical education. Pacemaker recycling for reuse overseas james.kirkpatrick@uphs.upenn.edu Medical Ethics & Health Policy 05 2014
Kovarik, MD Carrie Dermatology Botswana Telemedicine, mHealth, Health Informatics, HIV, and infectious disease-related skin disease See Penn Dermatology Global Health webpage PEPFAR Botswana Telemedicine and Health Informatics program carrie.kovarik@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Kovarik, MD Carrie Dermatology Guatemala Telemedicine, mHealth, Health Informatics, HIV, and infectious disease-related skin disease See Penn Dermatology Global Health webpage PEPFAR Botswana Telemedicine and Health Informatics program carrie.kovarik@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Kovarik, MD Carrie Dermatology Kenya Telemedicine, mHealth, Health Informatics, HIV, and infectious disease-related skin disease See Penn Dermatology Global Health webpage PEPFAR Botswana Telemedicine and Health Informatics program carrie.kovarik@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Kovarik, MD Carrie Dermatology South Africa Telemedicine, mHealth, Health Informatics, HIV, and infectious disease-related skin disease See Penn Dermatology Global Health webpage PEPFAR Botswana Telemedicine and Health Informatics program carrie.kovarik@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Larson, MD Steven Emergency
Medicine
Central America community health in global underserved populations Extensive experience and contacts throughout Mexico and Central America. larsonst@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Larson, MD Steven Emergency
Medicine
Mexico community health in global underserved populations Extensive experience and contacts throughout Mexico and Central America. larsonst@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Lee, MD, FACS David Surgery/Urology Korea robotic prostate cancer surgery and lecturing in Korea annually chairs of the urology departments in South Korea David.Lee@uphs.upenn.edu 11 2010
Levy, PhD Michael Z. Biostatistics & Epidemiology Peru Insects, infectious disease, Chagas disease, urbanization 12 years in Peru Control of urban Chagas disease in Arequipa, Peru mzlevy@mail.med.upenn.edu SOM 05 2014
Levy, PhD Michael Z. Biostatistics & Epidemiology Latin America Insects, infectious disease, Chagas disease, urbanization 12 years in Peru Control of urban Chagas disease in Arequipa, Peru mzlevy@mail.med.upenn.edu SOM 05 2014
Lin, MD Henry Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Dominican Republic Southeast Asia and Latin America – Focusing on coordination or care and improving collaboration between external volunteers and local resources. Also interested in helping to improve the utilization of local resources to promote healthcare. Work in Taiwan and the Dominican Republic on healthcare delivery to underdeveloped areas. linhc@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Lin, MD Henry Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Latin America Southeast Asia and Latin America – Focusing on coordination or care and improving collaboration between external volunteers and local resources. Also interested in helping to improve the utilization of local resources to promote healthcare. Work in Taiwan and the Dominican Republic on healthcare delivery to underdeveloped areas. linhc@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Lin, MD Henry Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Southeast Asia Southeast Asia and Latin America – Focusing on coordination or care and improving collaboration between external volunteers and local resources. Also interested in helping to improve the utilization of local resources to promote healthcare. Work in Taiwan and the Dominican Republic on healthcare delivery to underdeveloped areas. linhc@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Lin, MD Henry Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition Taiwan Southeast Asia and Latin America – Focusing on coordination or care and improving collaboration between external volunteers and local resources. Also interested in helping to improve the utilization of local resources to promote healthcare. Work in Taiwan and the Dominican Republic on healthcare delivery to underdeveloped areas. linhc@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Liu, PhD Jianghong Family Medicine & Community Health Africa nutrition, environmental toxicity (lead exposure), and prenatal factors on children's behavior and violence prevention. Current interdisciplinary and collaborative project in China, previous work in Africa.   kindergarten cohorts in Southeastern part of China jhliu@nursing.upenn.edu 2008
Liu, PhD Jianghong Family Medicine & Community Health China nutrition, environmental toxicity (lead exposure), and prenatal factors on children's behavior and violence prevention. Current interdisciplinary and collaborative project in China, previous work in Africa.   kindergarten cohorts in Southeastern part of China jhliu@nursing.upenn.edu 2008
Ludmir, MD Jack Obstetrics & Gynecology Latin America Obstetric Care for Hispanics and in Latin America Close relationships with several hospitals and medical schools in Peru.  Active exchange program with residents. jaludm@pahosp.com 2004
Ludmir, MD Jack Obstetrics & Gynecology Peru Obstetric Care for Hispanics and in Latin America Close relationships with several hospitals and medical schools in Peru.  Active exchange program with residents. jaludm@pahosp.com 2004
MacGregor, MD Rob Roy Infectious
Disease
Botswana Control of HIV epidemic; interaction with TB Recently worked in Gabarone, Botswana teaching and caring for HIV infected patients While in Botswana, began project examining immunologic effects of active TB on course of HIV infection. macgregr@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Maguire, PhD Maureen Ophthalmology China eye disease throughout the world I maintain contacts with several members of the Johns Hopkins Dana Center for International Epidemiology and Preventative Ophthalmology Data and safety monitoring committees for clinical trials in Africa on treatment of trachoma sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, angle closure glaucoma in China, and maternal vaccination in Nepal maguirem@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Mahboubi, MD, FACR Saroosh Pediatric
Radiology
Africa teaching Pediatric Radiology in countries in need I have taught several weeks each in China, Central America, and South America. I am available in blocks of 6 to 8 weeks in (Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Eastern Europe). mahboubi@email.chop.edu CHOP 11 2010
Mahboubi, MD, FACR Saroosh Pediatric
Radiology
Asia teaching Pediatric Radiology in countries in need I have taught several weeks each in China, Central America, and South America. I am available in blocks of 6 to 8 weeks in (Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Eastern Europe). mahboubi@email.chop.edu CHOP 11 2010
Mahboubi, MD, FACR Saroosh Pediatric
Radiology
Central America teaching Pediatric Radiology in countries in need I have taught several weeks each in China, Central America, and South America. I am available in blocks of 6 to 8 weeks in (Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Eastern Europe). mahboubi@email.chop.edu CHOP 11 2010
Mahboubi, MD, FACR Saroosh Pediatric
Radiology
China teaching Pediatric Radiology in countries in need I have taught several weeks each in China, Central America, and South America. I am available in blocks of 6 to 8 weeks in (Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Eastern Europe). mahboubi@email.chop.edu CHOP 11 2010
Mahboubi, MD, FACR Saroosh Pediatric Radiology Eastern Europe teaching Pediatric Radiology in countries in need I have taught several weeks each in China, Central America, and South America. I am available in blocks of 6 to 8 weeks in (Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Eastern Europe). mahboubi@email.chop.edu CHOP 11 2010
Mahboubi, MD, FACR Saroosh Pediatric
Radiology
South America teaching Pediatric Radiology in countries in need I have taught several weeks each in China, Central America, and South America. I am available in blocks of 6 to 8 weeks in (Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Eastern Europe). mahboubi@email.chop.edu CHOP 11 2010
Mao, MD, MSCE Jun James Family
Medicine & Community
Health
China Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, Cultural determinants of health and health care Beijing, P. R. China, Directs an international medical student elective in acupuncture (N>300 over 12 years) Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture International Elective for Medical Students maoj@uphs.upenn.edu 05 2014
Martin, MD, FAAFP Laura Family
Medicine & Community
Health
Honduras Primary Care in resource limited areas; appropriate allocation of  resources and prioritization of health programs/initiatives; maternal/child health; and education and clinical training. Currently working in Honduras in primary care and maternal-child care, both providing care and ongoing clinical education. I am also part of an International team to teach ALSO(Advanced Life Support in OB) and train instructors in Central America. Clinical work in refugee camps in Honduras, in Hospital de la Universidad in Venezuela; and in a community health center in rural Puerto Rico.  Since then I have worked in community health centers in Illinois and Washington DC providing care to Hispanic and African immigrants. Worked for 1 1/2 years in Kenya working in the TB Program - providing clinical care, clinical education, community outreach, and program supervision. laura.martin@uphs.upenn.edu 03 2011
Martin, MD, FAAFP Laura Family
Medicine & Community
Health
Venezuela Primary Care in resource limited areas; appropriate allocation of  resources and prioritization of health programs/initiatives; maternal/child health; and education and clinical training. Currently working in Honduras in primary care and maternal-child care, both providing care and ongoing clinical education. I am also part of an International team to teach ALSO(Advanced Life Support in OB) and train instructors in Central America. Clinical work in refugee camps in Honduras, in Hospital de la Universidad in Venezuela; and in a community health center in rural Puerto Rico.  Since then I have worked in community health centers in Illinois and Washington DC providing care to Hispanic and African immigrants. Worked for 1 1/2 years in Kenya working in the TB Program - providing clinical care, clinical education, community outreach, and program supervision. laura.martin@uphs.upenn.edu 03 2011
Martin, MD, FAAFP Laura Family
Medicine & Community
Health
Puerto Rico Primary Care in resource limited areas; appropriate allocation of  resources and prioritization of health programs/initiatives; maternal/child health; and education and clinical training. Currently working in Honduras in primary care and maternal-child care, both providing care and ongoing clinical education. I am also part of an International team to teach ALSO(Advanced Life Support in OB) and train instructors in Central America. Clinical work in refugee camps in Honduras, in Hospital de la Universidad in Venezuela; and in a community health center in rural Puerto Rico.  Since then I have worked in community health centers in Illinois and Washington DC providing care to Hispanic and African immigrants. Worked for 1 1/2 years in Kenya working in the TB Program - providing clinical care, clinical education, community outreach, and program supervision. laura.martin@uphs.upenn.edu 03 2011
Martin, MD, FAAFP Laura Family
Medicine & Community
Health
Kenya Primary Care in resource limited areas; appropriate allocation of  resources and prioritization of health programs/initiatives; maternal/child health; and education and clinical training. Currently working in Honduras in primary care and maternal-child care, both providing care and ongoing clinical education. I am also part of an International team to teach ALSO(Advanced Life Support in OB) and train instructors in Central America. Clinical work in refugee camps in Honduras, in Hospital de la Universidad in Venezuela; and in a community health center in rural Puerto Rico.  Since then I have worked in community health centers in Illinois and Washington DC providing care to Hispanic and African immigrants. Worked for 1 1/2 years in Kenya working in the TB Program - providing clinical care, clinical education, community outreach, and program supervision. laura.martin@uphs.upenn.edu 03 2011
McCunn Maureen Anesthesiology
& Critical Care
Egypt Trauma care, trauma systems, cultural differences in trauma care practices work in the countries China, Egypt, India, Jordan, Spain and Vietnam, where she has taught, lectured, studied and written on the subject of global trauma care. Recent initiatives include her work with National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Grant as "Team leader" for Education for the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Trauma and Injury Training Program (Cairo/US); through this initiative Dr. McCunn developed the Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS (STEPS) now required by the Egyptian Ministry of Health for all Emergency Medicine residents in the country. She has also collaborated with two working groups of the World Health Organization: the Global Collaboration for Blood Safety, and the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care. Maureen established the Penn Anesthesiology internship program at WHO, sending 2 anesthesiology residents/year to work in Geneva. Her current proposal for the Penn Anesthesiology and Critical Care Global Health Scholars Program is being developed. She is Founder: Global Injury Solutions; Chairman Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society; Vice President, North America, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society. Her interest in education and training led to the development of the STEPS (Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS) course designed for use in any country, based upon local resources. Current research projects involve training in India, cultural differences in trauma care in women with leadership roles in trauma, and the interaction of physicians and nurses in the trauma bay. mccunnm@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
McCunn Maureen Anesthesiology
& Critical Care
Jordan Trauma care, trauma systems, cultural differences in trauma care practices work in the countries China, Egypt, India, Jordan, Spain and Vietnam, where she has taught, lectured, studied and written on the subject of global trauma care. Recent initiatives include her work with National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Grant as "Team leader" for Education for the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Trauma and Injury Training Program (Cairo/US); through this initiative Dr. McCunn developed the Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS (STEPS) now required by the Egyptian Ministry of Health for all Emergency Medicine residents in the country. She has also collaborated with two working groups of the World Health Organization: the Global Collaboration for Blood Safety, and the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care. Maureen established the Penn Anesthesiology internship program at WHO, sending 2 anesthesiology residents/year to work in Geneva. Her current proposal for the Penn Anesthesiology and Critical Care Global Health Scholars Program is being developed. She is Founder: Global Injury Solutions; Chairman Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society; Vice President, North America, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society. Her interest in education and training led to the development of the STEPS (Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS) course designed for use in any country, based upon local resources. Current research projects involve training in India, cultural differences in trauma care in women with leadership roles in trauma, and the interaction of physicians and nurses in the trauma bay. mccunnm@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
McCunn Maureen Anesthesiology
& Critical Care
Spain Trauma care, trauma systems, cultural differences in trauma care practices work in the countries China, Egypt, India, Jordan, Spain and Vietnam, where she has taught, lectured, studied and written on the subject of global trauma care. Recent initiatives include her work with National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Grant as "Team leader" for Education for the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Trauma and Injury Training Program (Cairo/US); through this initiative Dr. McCunn developed the Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS (STEPS) now required by the Egyptian Ministry of Health for all Emergency Medicine residents in the country. She has also collaborated with two working groups of the World Health Organization: the Global Collaboration for Blood Safety, and the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care. Maureen established the Penn Anesthesiology internship program at WHO, sending 2 anesthesiology residents/year to work in Geneva. Her current proposal for the Penn Anesthesiology and Critical Care Global Health Scholars Program is being developed. She is Founder: Global Injury Solutions; Chairman Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society; Vice President, North America, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society. Her interest in education and training led to the development of the STEPS (Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS) course designed for use in any country, based upon local resources. Current research projects involve training in India, cultural differences in trauma care in women with leadership roles in trauma, and the interaction of physicians and nurses in the trauma bay. mccunnm@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
McCunn, MD, MIPP, FCCM Maureen Anesthesiology
& Critical Care
China Trauma care, trauma systems, cultural differences in trauma care practices work in the countries China, Egypt, India, Jordan, Spain and Vietnam, where she has taught, lectured, studied and written on the subject of global trauma care. Recent initiatives include her work with National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Grant as "Team leader" for Education for the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Trauma and Injury Training Program (Cairo/US); through this initiative Dr. McCunn developed the Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS (STEPS) now required by the Egyptian Ministry of Health for all Emergency Medicine residents in the country. She has also collaborated with two working groups of the World Health Organization: the Global Collaboration for Blood Safety, and the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care. Maureen established the Penn Anesthesiology internship program at WHO, sending 2 anesthesiology residents/year to work in Geneva. Her current proposal for the Penn Anesthesiology and Critical Care Global Health Scholars Program is being developed. She is Founder: Global Injury Solutions; Chairman Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society; Vice President, North America, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society. Her interest in education and training led to the development of the STEPS (Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS) course designed for use in any country, based upon local resources. Current research projects involve training in India, cultural differences in trauma care in women with leadership roles in trauma, and the interaction of physicians and nurses in the trauma bay. mccunnm@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
McCunn, MD, MIPP, FCCM Maureen Anesthesiology
& Critical Care
India Trauma care, trauma systems, cultural differences in trauma care practices work in the countries China, Egypt, India, Jordan, Spain and Vietnam, where she has taught, lectured, studied and written on the subject of global trauma care. Recent initiatives include her work with National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Grant as "Team leader" for Education for the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Trauma and Injury Training Program (Cairo/US); through this initiative Dr. McCunn developed the Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS (STEPS) now required by the Egyptian Ministry of Health for all Emergency Medicine residents in the country. She has also collaborated with two working groups of the World Health Organization: the Global Collaboration for Blood Safety, and the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care. Maureen established the Penn Anesthesiology internship program at WHO, sending 2 anesthesiology residents/year to work in Geneva. Her current proposal for the Penn Anesthesiology and Critical Care Global Health Scholars Program is being developed. She is Founder: Global Injury Solutions; Chairman Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society; Vice President, North America, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society. Her interest in education and training led to the development of the STEPS (Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS) course designed for use in any country, based upon local resources. Current research projects involve training in India, cultural differences in trauma care in women with leadership roles in trauma, and the interaction of physicians and nurses in the trauma bay. mccunnm@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
McCunn, MD, MIPP, FCCM Maureen Anesthesiology
& Critical Care
Switzerland Trauma care, trauma systems, cultural differences in trauma care practices work in the countries China, Egypt, India, Jordan, Spain and Vietnam, where she has taught, lectured, studied and written on the subject of global trauma care. Recent initiatives include her work with National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Grant as "Team leader" for Education for the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Trauma and Injury Training Program (Cairo/US); through this initiative Dr. McCunn developed the Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS (STEPS) now required by the Egyptian Ministry of Health for all Emergency Medicine residents in the country. She has also collaborated with two working groups of the World Health Organization: the Global Collaboration for Blood Safety, and the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care. Maureen established the Penn Anesthesiology internship program at WHO, sending 2 anesthesiology residents/year to work in Geneva. Her current proposal for the Penn Anesthesiology and Critical Care Global Health Scholars Program is being developed. She is Founder: Global Injury Solutions; Chairman Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society; Vice President, North America, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society. Her interest in education and training led to the development of the STEPS (Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS) course designed for use in any country, based upon local resources. Current research projects involve training in India, cultural differences in trauma care in women with leadership roles in trauma, and the interaction of physicians and nurses in the trauma bay. mccunnm@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
McCunn, MD, MIPP, FCCM Maureen Anesthesiology
& Critical Care
Vietnam Trauma care, trauma systems, cultural differences in trauma care practices work in the countries China, Egypt, India, Jordan, Spain and Vietnam, where she has taught, lectured, studied and written on the subject of global trauma care. Recent initiatives include her work with National Institutes of Health/Fogarty Grant as "Team leader" for Education for the Egyptian Ministry of Health, Trauma and Injury Training Program (Cairo/US); through this initiative Dr. McCunn developed the Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS (STEPS) now required by the Egyptian Ministry of Health for all Emergency Medicine residents in the country. She has also collaborated with two working groups of the World Health Organization: the Global Collaboration for Blood Safety, and the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care. Maureen established the Penn Anesthesiology internship program at WHO, sending 2 anesthesiology residents/year to work in Geneva. Her current proposal for the Penn Anesthesiology and Critical Care Global Health Scholars Program is being developed. She is Founder: Global Injury Solutions; Chairman Critical Care Committee, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society; Vice President, North America, International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society. Her interest in education and training led to the development of the STEPS (Sequential Trauma Education ProgramS) course designed for use in any country, based upon local resources. Current research projects involve training in India, cultural differences in trauma care in women with leadership roles in trauma, and the interaction of physicians and nurses in the trauma bay. mccunnm@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
McLaughlin, MD MPH MSCE  Carol Infectious Disease Botswana Community based interventions, tropical/travel medicine, immigrant + refugee health, impact measurement and operations research in public health, global health education and training, maternal and child health, HIV prevention and treatment Worked on public health projects or clinical time in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Botswana.  Additional contacts in the global health NGO sector through my work in the Center for High Impact Philanthropy in Penn’s School of Social Policy and Practice.   carolmc@sp2.upenn.edu   11 2010
McLaughlin, MD MPH MSCE  Carol Infectious Disease Latin America Community based interventions, tropical/travel medicine, immigrant + refugee health, impact measurement and operations research in public health, global health education and training, maternal and child health, HIV prevention and treatment Worked on public health projects or clinical time in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Botswana.  Additional contacts in the global health NGO sector through my work in the Center for High Impact Philanthropy in Penn’s School of Social Policy and Practice.   carolmc@sp2.upenn.edu   11 2010
McLaughlin, MD MPH MSCE  Carol Infectious Disease Southeast Asia Community based interventions, tropical/travel medicine, immigrant + refugee health, impact measurement and operations research in public health, global health education and training, maternal and child health, HIV prevention and treatment Worked on public health projects or clinical time in Latin America, Southeast Asia, Botswana.  Additional contacts in the global health NGO sector through my work in the Center for High Impact Philanthropy in Penn’s School of Social Policy and Practice.   carolmc@sp2.upenn.edu   11 2010
Mehta, MD Samir Orthopaedic Surgery Haiti Orthopaedics, Trauma care, Surgical Services Haiti, China, India   samir.mehta@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Mehta, MD Samir Orthopaedic Surgery China Orthopaedics, Trauma care, Surgical Services Haiti, China, India   samir.mehta@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Mehta, MD Samir Orthopaedic Surgery India Orthopaedics, Trauma care, Surgical Services Haiti, China, India   samir.mehta@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Mehta, MD Samir Orthopaedic Surgery South Africa Orthopaedics, Trauma care, Surgical Services Haiti, China, India   samir.mehta@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Metzger, PhD David Center for
Studies of
Addiction
Africa HIV Prevention among drug users An HIV Prevention Trials Network: 22 sites in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, North America and South America. The Network is supported by the NIH and conducts trials of behavioral and biomedical prevention interventions using sero-incidence as an outcome. We are a site in the network and have several protocols in the field at the moment. dsm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP
Metzger, PhD David Center for
Studies of
Addiction
Asia HIV Prevention among drug users An HIV Prevention Trials Network: 22 sites in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, North America and South America. The Network is supported by the NIH and conducts trials of behavioral and biomedical prevention interventions using sero-incidence as an outcome. We are a site in the network and have several protocols in the field at the moment. dsm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP
Metzger, PhD David Center for
Studies of
Addiction
Eastern Europe HIV Prevention among drug users An HIV Prevention Trials Network: 22 sites in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, North America and South America. The Network is supported by the NIH and conducts trials of behavioral and biomedical prevention interventions using sero-incidence as an outcome. We are a site in the network and have several protocols in the field at the moment. dsm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP
Metzger, PhD David Center for
Studies of
Addiction
North America HIV Prevention among drug users An HIV Prevention Trials Network: 22 sites in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, North America and South America. The Network is supported by the NIH and conducts trials of behavioral and biomedical prevention interventions using sero-incidence as an outcome. We are a site in the network and have several protocols in the field at the moment. dsm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP
Metzger, PhD David Center for
Studies of
Addiction
South America HIV Prevention among drug users An HIV Prevention Trials Network: 22 sites in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, North America and South America. The Network is supported by the NIH and conducts trials of behavioral and biomedical prevention interventions using sero-incidence as an outcome. We are a site in the network and have several protocols in the field at the moment. dsm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP
Muecke, PhD,RN,FAAN Marjorie Nursing Botswana community health, nursing, women's health, gender disparities, economic development & child health Thailand, Botswana, Tamil Nadu – India Chiang Mai Family Health Project muecke@nursing.upenn.edu U Penn School of Nursing 05 2012
Muecke, PhD,RN,FAAN Marjorie Nursing India community health, nursing, women's health, gender disparities, economic development & child health Thailand, Botswana, Tamil Nadu – India Chiang Mai Family Health Project muecke@nursing.upenn.edu U Penn School of Nursing 05 2012
Muecke, PhD,RN,FAAN Marjorie Nursing Thailand community health, nursing, women's health, gender disparities, economic development & child health Thailand, Botswana, Tamil Nadu – India Chiang Mai Family Health Project muecke@nursing.upenn.edu U Penn School of Nursing 05 2012
Murali Ramachandran Cancer murali@xray.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Muthumani, MS, PhD Karuppiah Pathology & Laboratory Medicine India Vaccine development for HIV, Chikungunya and Dengue Extensive research collaboration and contacts in India on viral infectious diseases Viral immunopathogenesis and strategies for intervention muthuman@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Nachamkin, Dr.P.H., M.P.H Irving Pathology & Laboratory Medicine China diarrheal diseases WHO consultant specializing in Campylobacter infections in the developing world. Studying Campylobacter infections and the development of Guillain-Barre syndrome in Northern China and Mexico City nachamki@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
Nachamkin, Dr.P.H., M.P.H Irving Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Mexico diarrheal diseases WHO consultant specializing in Campylobacter infections in the developing world. Studying Campylobacter infections and the development of Guillain-Barre syndrome in Northern China and Mexico City nachamki@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
Nadkarni, MD, MS Vinay Anesthesiology & Critical Care: Pediatrics Brazil China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile Nadkarni@email.chop.edu 11 2010
Nadkarni, MD, MS Vinay Anesthesiology & Critical Care: Pediatrics China China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile Nadkarni@email.chop.edu 11 2010
Nadkarni, MD, MS Vinay Anesthesiology & Critical Care: Pediatrics India China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile Nadkarni@email.chop.edu 11 2010
Nadkarni, MD, MS Vinay Anesthesiology & Critical Care: Pediatrics Latin America China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile Nadkarni@email.chop.edu 11 2010
Nadkarni, MD, MS Vinay Anesthesiology & Critical Care: Pediatrics South Africa China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile China, India, Europe, South Africa, Brazil and Latin America; Emergency and Critical Care, CPR, Resuscitation, Education, Operation Smile Nadkarni@email.chop.edu 11 2010
Ohene-Frempong, MD Kwaku Pediatrics, Hematology Africa Sickle Cell Disease Runs a sickle cell clinic in Ghana; has sent numerous students to Africa ohene-frempong@email.chop.edu CHOP
Ohene-Frempong, MD Kwaku Pediatrics, Hematology Ghana Sickle Cell Disease Runs a sickle cell clinic in Ghana; has sent numerous students to Africa ohene-frempong@email.chop.edu CHOP
Osterhoudt, MD, MS Kevin C Pediatric Emergency Medicine/ Toxicology Botswana Global environmental health and poisoning prevention Vietnam, Kosovo, Eastern Europe, Dominican Republic, Botswana / Faculty, CHOP Global Health Program osterhoudtk@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Osterhoudt, MD, MS Kevin C Pediatric Emergency Medicine/ Toxicology Dominican Republic Global environmental health and poisoning prevention Vietnam, Kosovo, Eastern Europe, Dominican Republic, Botswana / Faculty, CHOP Global Health Program osterhoudtk@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Osterhoudt, MD, MS Kevin C Pediatric Emergency Medicine/ Toxicology Eastern Europe Global environmental health and poisoning prevention Vietnam, Kosovo, Eastern Europe, Dominican Republic, Botswana / Faculty, CHOP Global Health Program osterhoudtk@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Osterhoudt, MD, MS Kevin C Pediatric Emergency Medicine/ Toxicology Kosovo Global environmental health and poisoning prevention Vietnam, Kosovo, Eastern Europe, Dominican Republic, Botswana / Faculty, CHOP Global Health Program osterhoudtk@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Osterhoudt, MD, MS Kevin C Pediatric Emergency Medicine/ Toxicology Vietnam Global environmental health and poisoning prevention Vietnam, Kosovo, Eastern Europe, Dominican Republic, Botswana / Faculty, CHOP Global Health Program osterhoudtk@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Putt, ScD Mary Biostatistics & Epidemiology Haiti Haiti and Central America; Study Design Designed study to estimate the efficacy of water filtration units for a Pure Water for the World project in Haiti; study unfortunately aborted by the earthquake. mputt@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Argentina childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Brazil childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Caribbean childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Eastern Europe childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology India childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Latin America childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Peru childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Russia childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology South Asia childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology Southeast Asia childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Quinn, MD, MSCE Graham Ophthalmology UK childhood blindness; retinopathy of prematurity London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Lima, Peru; Rio de Janiero, Brazil; Hyderabad, India; Eastern Europe; WHO ROP (retinopathy of prematurity) programs in Latin America, South Asia, Southeast Asia; workshops on preventing childhood blindness in Latin America, Caribbean, South Asia, and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Europe sponsored by Christoffel Blindenmission, ORBIS, International Association for the Prevention of Blindness (WHO) and Institute Child Health in London quinn@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2014
Raine, D.Phil Adrian Psychiatry, Criminology, and Psychology China crime and violence, mental health, child health and development in China, Singapore, and Mauritius Ongoing research studies in Mauritius (African sub-continent; Joint Child Health Project), Singapore ( Nanyang Technological University), and Hong Kong (City University). Additional ongoing collaborations/contacts in Jintan (China). araine@sas.upenn.edu 05 2014
Raine, D.Phil Adrian Psychiatry, Criminology, and Psychology Mauritius crime and violence, mental health, child health and development in China, Singapore, and Mauritius Ongoing research studies in Mauritius (African sub-continent; Joint Child Health Project), Singapore ( Nanyang Technological University), and Hong Kong (City University). Additional ongoing collaborations/contacts in Jintan (China). araine@sas.upenn.edu 05 2014
Raine, D.Phil Adrian Psychiatry, Criminology, and Psychology Singapore crime and violence, mental health, child health and development in China, Singapore, and Mauritius Ongoing research studies in Mauritius (African sub-continent; Joint Child Health Project), Singapore ( Nanyang Technological University), and Hong Kong (City University). Additional ongoing collaborations/contacts in Jintan (China). araine@sas.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rebbeck Timothy Biostatistics & Epidemiology Botswana prostate cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa genetics, urology and oncology collaborators in Africa Men of African Descent and Carcinoma of the Prostate (MADCaP) rebbeck@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rebbeck Timothy Biostatistics & Epidemiology Ghana prostate cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa genetics, urology and oncology collaborators in Africa Men of African Descent and Carcinoma of the Prostate (MADCaP) rebbeck@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rebbeck Timothy Biostatistics & Epidemiology Nigeria prostate cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa genetics, urology and oncology collaborators in Africa Men of African Descent and Carcinoma of the Prostate (MADCaP) rebbeck@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rebbeck Timothy Biostatistics & Epidemiology Senegal prostate cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa genetics, urology and oncology collaborators in Africa Men of African Descent and Carcinoma of the Prostate (MADCaP) rebbeck@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rebbeck Timothy Biostatistics & Epidemiology South Africa prostate cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa genetics, urology and oncology collaborators in Africa Men of African Descent and Carcinoma of the Prostate (MADCaP) rebbeck@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rebbeck Timothy Biostatistics & Epidemiology Sudan prostate cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa genetics, urology and oncology collaborators in Africa Men of African Descent and Carcinoma of the Prostate (MADCaP) rebbeck@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rebbeck Timothy Biostatistics & Epidemiology Uganda prostate cancer in Sub-Saharan Africa genetics, urology and oncology collaborators in Africa Men of African Descent and Carcinoma of the Prostate (MADCaP) rebbeck@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2014
Rossman, MD Milton Pulmonary & Critical Care Australia occupational lung disease-particularly chronic beryllium disease UK, Australia, Italy direct one of four laboratories in the US that does beryllium proliferation testing, clinical evaluation of cases and research on chronic beryllium disease rossmanm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
Rossman, MD Milton Pulmonary & Critical Care Italy occupational lung disease-particularly chronic beryllium disease UK, Australia, Italy direct one of four laboratories in the US that does beryllium proliferation testing, clinical evaluation of cases and research on chronic beryllium disease rossmanm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
Rossman, MD Milton Pulmonary & Critical Care UK occupational lung disease-particularly chronic beryllium disease UK, Australia, Italy direct one of four laboratories in the US that does beryllium proliferation testing, clinical evaluation of cases and research on chronic beryllium disease rossmanm@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 10 2010
Russo, MD Pierre Anatomic Pathology Africa Africa, pathology, laboratory medicine russo@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2012
Sankar, MD Wudbhav N. Orthopaedic Surgery South Africa Pediatric orthopaedic care in underdeveloped nations Umtata, South Africa through Health Volunteers Overseas Orthopaedics Overseas/Health Volunteers Overseas sankarw@email.chop.edu CHOP 05 2012
Schumacher, MD H. Ralph Rheumatology China Education on chronic rheumatic diseases; epidemiology and management of gout; complimentary and alternative therapies; reactive arthritis role of infection Shanghai, Shanxi, Beijing, Guangzhou; Taiwan, India, Latin America, Turkey schumacr@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP/VA 10 2010
Schumacher, MD H. Ralph Rheumatology India Education on chronic rheumatic diseases; epidemiology and management of gout; complimentary and alternative therapies; reactive arthritis role of infection Shanghai, Shanxi, Beijing, Guangzhou; Taiwan, India, Latin America, Turkey schumacr@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP/VA 10 2010
Schumacher, MD H. Ralph Rheumatology Latin America Education on chronic rheumatic diseases; epidemiology and management of gout; complimentary and alternative therapies; reactive arthritis role of infection Shanghai, Shanxi, Beijing, Guangzhou; Taiwan, India, Latin America, Turkey schumacr@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP/VA 10 2010
Schumacher, MD H. Ralph Rheumatology Taiwan Education on chronic rheumatic diseases; epidemiology and management of gout; complimentary and alternative therapies; reactive arthritis role of infection Shanghai, Shanxi, Beijing, Guangzhou; Taiwan, India, Latin America, Turkey schumacr@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP/VA 10 2010
Schumacher, MD H. Ralph Rheumatology Turkey Education on chronic rheumatic diseases; epidemiology and management of gout; complimentary and alternative therapies; reactive arthritis role of infection Shanghai, Shanxi, Beijing, Guangzhou; Taiwan, India, Latin America, Turkey schumacr@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP/VA 10 2010
Sheth, MD Neil Orthopaedic Surgery Nigeria Musculoskeletal Care delivery Systems in low and middle income countries; adult hip and knee reconstrcution Operation Walk, Leonard Davis Institute, GEANCO foundation Leonard Davis Institute Senior Fellowship focusing on the Use of Telecommunications Technology to Increase Access to Musculoskeletal Care in Low and Middle Income Countries neilshethmd@gmail.com HUP 05 2014
Sheth, MD Neil Orthopaedic Surgery Tanzania Musculoskeletal Care delivery Systems in low and middle income countries; adult hip and knee reconstrcution Operation Walk, Leonard Davis Institute, GEANCO foundation Leonard Davis Institute Senior Fellowship focusing on the Use of Telecommunications Technology to Increase Access to Musculoskeletal Care in Low and Middle Income Countries neilshethmd@gmail.com HUP 05 2014
Sheth, MD Neil Orthopaedic Surgery India Musculoskeletal Care delivery Systems in low and middle income countries; adult hip and knee reconstrcution Operation Walk, Leonard Davis Institute, GEANCO foundation Leonard Davis Institute Senior Fellowship focusing on the Use of Telecommunications Technology to Increase Access to Musculoskeletal Care in Low and Middle Income Countries neilshethmd@gmail.com HUP 05 2014
Sondheimer, MD Steven J Obstetrics & Gynecology Kyrgyzstan contraception, fertility, and infertility JHPIGO/Engender Health led programs on IUDs and contraception including sterilization in Turkey and Kyrgyzstan. grants on mood and the menstrual cycle and various contraceptive trials; also infertility and polycystic ovarian syndrome ssondheimer@obgyn.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Sondheimer, MD Steven J Obstetrics & Gynecology Turkey contraception, fertility, and infertility JHPIGO/Engender Health led programs on IUDs and contraception including sterilization in Turkey and Kyrgyzstan. grants on mood and the menstrual cycle and various contraceptive trials; also infertility and polycystic ovarian syndrome ssondheimer@obgyn.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery China Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Nepal Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Switzerland Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Iran Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Iraq Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Pakistan Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Tanzania Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Austria Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Chile Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Mongolia Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery Korea Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Spiegel, MD David Orthopaedic Surgery India Children's musculoskeletal disability, trauma care Serves as a Consultant in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation at the Hospital & Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children in Banepa, Nepal, and has visited the country 15 times. He served seven years on the Committee on Childrens Orthopaedics in Underdeveloped Regions of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA), and was chairman for 3 years. He has been on the Board of Orthopaedics Overseas, Global-HELP, the Ponseti International Association, and Miracle Feet. He has been a consultant for the World Health Organization and is on the steering committee for the Global Initiative for Emergency and Essential Surgical Care (WHO). He has participated in teaching activities in Nepal, Switzerland, Iran, Iraq, India, China, Pakistan, Tanzania, Austria, Chile, Mongolia, and Korea developing low cost publications for developing countries, teaching Ponseti clubfoot method overseas, research projects with the residents at HRDC (clubfoot, neglected trauma, infection) spiegeld@email.chop.edu 05 2012
Steenhoff, MD Andrew Pediatrics, Infectious
Diseases
Botswana Botswana, South Africa & Dominican Republic – Pediatrics, HIV, TB, Infectious Diseases Experience working in Botswana, South Africa & Dominican Republic Botswana: 1) focussing on: pediatric TB (diagnostics and contact tracing), pediatric mortality, pediatric gastroenteritis (etiology and outcomes), pediatric pneumonia (etiology and outcomes) 2) Collaborating on: TB-HIV immunology (PI: Bisson), HIV pharmacogenetics (PI: Gross), Vitamin D (PI: Stallings), Adolescent HIV adherence (PI: Lowenthal) Dominican Repulic: through CHOP Global Health steenhoff@email.chop.edu CHOP, Botswana-UPenn Partnership 05 2012
Steenhoff, MD Andrew Pediatrics, Infectious
Diseases
South Africa Botswana, South Africa & Dominican Republic – Pediatrics, HIV, TB, Infectious Diseases Experience working in Botswana, South Africa & Dominican Republic Botswana: 1) focussing on: pediatric TB (diagnostics and contact tracing), pediatric mortality, pediatric gastroenteritis (etiology and outcomes), pediatric pneumonia (etiology and outcomes) 2) Collaborating on: TB-HIV immunology (PI: Bisson), HIV pharmacogenetics (PI: Gross), Vitamin D (PI: Stallings), Adolescent HIV adherence (PI: Lowenthal) Dominican Repulic: through CHOP Global Health steenhoff@email.chop.edu CHOP, Botswana-UPenn Partnership 05 2012
Steenhoff, MD Andrew Pediatrics, Infectious
Diseases
Dominican Republic Botswana, South Africa & Dominican Republic – Pediatrics, HIV, TB, Infectious Diseases Experience working in Botswana, South Africa & Dominican Republic Botswana: 1) focussing on: pediatric TB (diagnostics and contact tracing), pediatric mortality, pediatric gastroenteritis (etiology and outcomes), pediatric pneumonia (etiology and outcomes) 2) Collaborating on: TB-HIV immunology (PI: Bisson), HIV pharmacogenetics (PI: Gross), Vitamin D (PI: Stallings), Adolescent HIV adherence (PI: Lowenthal) Dominican Repulic: through CHOP Global Health steenhoff@email.chop.edu CHOP, Botswana-UPenn Partnership 05 2012
Stone, MD Richard Ophthalmology Asia refractive error a number of active collaborations with ophthalmic researchers in Asia and Europe, to clarify the epidemiology of refractive errors in general and myopia in particular and to identify novel mechanisms underlying the development of refractive errors. stone@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Stone, MD Richard Ophthalmology Europe refractive error a number of active collaborations with ophthalmic researchers in Asia and Europe, to clarify the epidemiology of refractive errors in general and myopia in particular and to identify novel mechanisms underlying the development of refractive errors. stone@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Strom, MD, MPH Brian Biostatistics & Epidemiology Botswana clinical epidemiology We have former trainees all over the third world, who have graduated from the INCLEN program. I also was Senior Advisor to the Provost for Global Health Initiatives, and we have established university partnerships in Guatemala and Peru, in addition to the existing one in Botswana. bstrom@cceb.med.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Strom, MD, MPH Brian Biostatistics & Epidemiology Guatemala clinical epidemiology We have former trainees all over the third world, who have graduated from the INCLEN program. I also was Senior Advisor to the Provost for Global Health Initiatives, and we have established university partnerships in Guatemala and Peru, in addition to the existing one in Botswana. bstrom@cceb.med.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Strom, MD, MPH Brian Biostatistics & Epidemiology Peru clinical epidemiology We have former trainees all over the third world, who have graduated from the INCLEN program. I also was Senior Advisor to the Provost for Global Health Initiatives, and we have established university partnerships in Guatemala and Peru, in addition to the existing one in Botswana. bstrom@cceb.med.upenn.edu HUP 05 2012
Tishkoff, PhD Sarah Genetics & Biology Cameroon Studying African genetic and phenotypic variation using an integrative genomics approach to distinguish genetic and environmental factors that play a role in normal variable traits in Africa. Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan tishkoff@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Tishkoff, PhD Sarah Genetics & Biology Ethiopia Studying African genetic and phenotypic variation using an integrative genomics approach to distinguish genetic and environmental factors that play a role in normal variable traits in Africa. Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan tishkoff@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Tishkoff, PhD Sarah Genetics & Biology Kenya Studying African genetic and phenotypic variation using an integrative genomics approach to distinguish genetic and environmental factors that play a role in normal variable traits in Africa. Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan tishkoff@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Tishkoff, PhD Sarah Genetics & Biology Mali Studying African genetic and phenotypic variation using an integrative genomics approach to distinguish genetic and environmental factors that play a role in normal variable traits in Africa. Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan tishkoff@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Tishkoff, PhD Sarah Genetics & Biology Nigeria Studying African genetic and phenotypic variation using an integrative genomics approach to distinguish genetic and environmental factors that play a role in normal variable traits in Africa. Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan tishkoff@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Tishkoff, PhD Sarah Genetics & Biology Sudan Studying African genetic and phenotypic variation using an integrative genomics approach to distinguish genetic and environmental factors that play a role in normal variable traits in Africa. Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan tishkoff@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Tishkoff, PhD Sarah Genetics & Biology Tanzania Studying African genetic and phenotypic variation using an integrative genomics approach to distinguish genetic and environmental factors that play a role in normal variable traits in Africa. Mali, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan tishkoff@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Townsend Raymond kidney failure and diabetes research contacts only chronic renal insufficiency cohort study (CRIC) NIH/NIDDK sponsored longitudinal study of kidney disease and heart-related disease townsend@mail.med.upenn.edu 10 2010
Ural, MD Serdar H. Obstetrics & Gynecology Switzerland Turkey, Switzerland Multiple universities/professors in Turkey & Switzerland prenatal care, contraception, pregnancy sural@obgyn.upenn.edu HUP
Ural, MD Serdar H. Obstetrics & Gynecology Turkey Turkey, Switzerland Multiple universities/professors in Turkey & Switzerland prenatal care, contraception, pregnancy sural@obgyn.upenn.edu HUP
Weiner, PhD David B Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Vaccine development for HIV and Emerging infectious Diseases Walter Reed US Military; Ad HOC: WHO advisory committees, Ad HOC: HIV Enterprise advisory, NIH. Development of DNA vaccine for HIV, Novel approaches to CHIKV virus vaccines, Pandemic flu Vaccines dbweiner@mail.med.upenn.edu HUP 05 2014
Weiser, MD Jeffrey Microbiology & Pediatrics Cambodia vaccine development; infectious disease collaboration in Malawi, Africa with PATH (and Gates Foundation); previous experience working in Cambodia weiser@mail.med.upenn.edu
Weiser, MD Jeffrey Microbiology & Pediatrics Malawi vaccine development; infectious disease collaboration in Malawi, Africa with PATH (and Gates Foundation); previous experience working in Cambodia weiser@mail.med.upenn.edu
Wherry, PhD E. John Microbiology studying chronic infection and the impact of co-infection of immunological memory wherry@mail.med.upenn.edu 11 2010
Winston, MD, PhD Flaura Koplin Pediatrics China Have conducted work in Beijing, China. About to start work in Israel. Topic: Traffic safety. China: Beijing CDC; Israel: Beterem, Or Yarok flaura@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Winston, MD, PhD Flaura Koplin Pediatrics Israel Have conducted work in Beijing, China. About to start work in Israel. Topic: Traffic safety. China: Beijing CDC; Israel: Beterem, Or Yarok flaura@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Woody, MD George Psychiatry Brazil Russia, Ukraine, Republic of Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia – Addiction treatment and HIV risk reduction 10+ years experience with NIH grants in Russia; 5 years in Brazil; 3 years in Ukraine; one year in Indonesia and Iceland woody@tresearch.org 05 2012
Woody, MD George Psychiatry Iceland Russia, Ukraine, Republic of Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia – Addiction treatment and HIV risk reduction 10+ years experience with NIH grants in Russia; 5 years in Brazil; 3 years in Ukraine; one year in Indonesia and Iceland woody@tresearch.org 05 2012
Woody, MD George Psychiatry Indonesia Russia, Ukraine, Republic of Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia – Addiction treatment and HIV risk reduction 10+ years experience with NIH grants in Russia; 5 years in Brazil; 3 years in Ukraine; one year in Indonesia and Iceland woody@tresearch.org 05 2012
Woody, MD George Psychiatry Republic of Georgia Russia, Ukraine, Republic of Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia – Addiction treatment and HIV risk reduction 10+ years experience with NIH grants in Russia; 5 years in Brazil; 3 years in Ukraine; one year in Indonesia and Iceland woody@tresearch.org 05 2012
Woody, MD George Psychiatry Russia Russia, Ukraine, Republic of Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia – Addiction treatment and HIV risk reduction 10+ years experience with NIH grants in Russia; 5 years in Brazil; 3 years in Ukraine; one year in Indonesia and Iceland woody@tresearch.org 05 2012
Woody, MD George Psychiatry Ukraine Russia, Ukraine, Republic of Georgia, Iceland, Indonesia – Addiction treatment and HIV risk reduction 10+ years experience with NIH grants in Russia; 5 years in Brazil; 3 years in Ukraine; one year in Indonesia and Iceland woody@tresearch.org 05 2012
Young Donald S Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Kenya clinical laboratory testing President of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (1985-1990) with contacts in clinical laboratory field in many developed and developing countries. WHO consultant in clinical laboratory testing from 1992 to 2002. Currently working with groups in China and Nigeria. Established, and participates in, a mentoring program for laboratory directors in developing countries, with a primary focus on Africa. optimizing use of the clinical laboratory; efficiency in laboratory testing and use of laboratory resources donaldyo@mail.med.upenn.edu UPenn 05 2014
Young Donald S Pathology & Laboratory Medicine China clinical laboratory testing President of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (1985-1990) with contacts in clinical laboratory field in many developed and developing countries. WHO consultant in clinical laboratory testing from 1992 to 2002. Currently working with groups in China and Nigeria. Established, and participates in, a mentoring program for laboratory directors in developing countries, with a primary focus on Africa. optimizing use of the clinical laboratory; efficiency in laboratory testing and use of laboratory resources donaldyo@mail.med.upenn.edu UPenn 05 2014
Young Donald S Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Nigeria clinical laboratory testing President of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (1985-1990) with contacts in clinical laboratory field in many developed and developing countries. WHO consultant in clinical laboratory testing from 1992 to 2002. Currently working with groups in China and Nigeria. Established, and participates in, a mentoring program for laboratory directors in developing countries, with a primary focus on Africa. optimizing use of the clinical laboratory; efficiency in laboratory testing and use of laboratory resources donaldyo@mail.med.upenn.edu UPenn 05 2014
Young Donald S Pathology & Laboratory Medicine South Africa clinical laboratory testing President of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (1985-1990) with contacts in clinical laboratory field in many developed and developing countries. WHO consultant in clinical laboratory testing from 1992 to 2002. Currently working with groups in China and Nigeria. Established, and participates in, a mentoring program for laboratory directors in developing countries, with a primary focus on Africa. optimizing use of the clinical laboratory; efficiency in laboratory testing and use of laboratory resources donaldyo@mail.med.upenn.edu UPenn 05 2014
Young Donald S Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Zambia clinical laboratory testing President of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (1985-1990) with contacts in clinical laboratory field in many developed and developing countries. WHO consultant in clinical laboratory testing from 1992 to 2002. Currently working with groups in China and Nigeria. Established, and participates in, a mentoring program for laboratory directors in developing countries, with a primary focus on Africa. optimizing use of the clinical laboratory; efficiency in laboratory testing and use of laboratory resources donaldyo@mail.med.upenn.edu UPenn 05 2014
Young Donald S Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Zimbabwe clinical laboratory testing President of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (1985-1990) with contacts in clinical laboratory field in many developed and developing countries. WHO consultant in clinical laboratory testing from 1992 to 2002. Currently working with groups in China and Nigeria. Established, and participates in, a mentoring program for laboratory directors in developing countries, with a primary focus on Africa. optimizing use of the clinical laboratory; efficiency in laboratory testing and use of laboratory resources donaldyo@mail.med.upenn.edu UPenn 05 2014
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Argentina education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Australia education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Austria education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Brazil education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Canada education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery China education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Egypt education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery England education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Germany education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Honduras education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery India education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Israel education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Italy education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Japan education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Netherlands education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Nicaragua education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Puerto Rico education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Serbia education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery South Korea education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Sweden education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Taiwan education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zager, MD Eric Neurosurgery Thailand education Led an international neurosurgery group tour of the People's Republic of China, June '02. Recently joined the Federation for International Education in Neurosurgery (FIENS) and traveled, lectured in Honduras and Nicaragua. Neurosurgery contacts in the Netherlands, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, Sweden, Serbia, Israel, Egypt, Japan, S. Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, India, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, Puerto Rico. zagere@uphs.upenn.edu HUP 11 2010
Zhu, PhD Jun (Jay) Microbiology Bangladesh China and Bangladesh junzhu@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Zhu, PhD Jun (Jay) Microbiology China China and Bangladesh junzhu@mail.med.upenn.edu 05 2012
Zuberi, PhD Tukufu Sociology Africa Africa - food security, mortality Golbal Research Food Security - Working Papers with the United Nations Development Programme (Regional Bureau for Africa), African Census Analysis Project tukufu@pop.upenn.edu SAS 05 2012
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