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Peter Small’s expertise includes tuberculosis and global health. He has done seminal work on clinical, epidemiologic, evolutionary, and genetic aspects of tuberculosis. He has deep expertise in translating cutting edge science into drugs, diagnostics and vaccines as well as the business and public health processes to get innovative tools to those in need. He is currently leading the Global Health Institute’s health science research that spans from the molecular level to point of delivery, and encompasses fundamental work on ecology, developmental economics, and disease, largely focused on Madagascar.
- MD, University of Florida
- BA, Princeton University
|David E. Rogers Fellowship Support for Jaydon Kiernan and Koeun Choi: Identifying the Cultural Practices that Perpetuate Cysticercosis in Infandiana, Madagasgar||2016-06-01T00:00:00||2016-08-30T00:00:00||New York Academy of Medicine||Nonfederal||4000||Closed|
|DrOTS: Drones Observed Therapy in Remote Madagascar||2017-07-03T00:00:00||2018-06-30T00:00:00||Stony Brook Foundation||Nonfederal||102255||Approved|