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GHI director Peter Small gave a public lecture at Seattle's Pacific Science Center on October 9, 2018 entitled "Drones and Phones: Delivering TB Care to The World", addressing how technology can help to get TB care to really remote populations 

 

Public health teams in Madagascar pioneer use of portable, real time DNA sequence to fight drug-resistant tuberculosis  (TB)

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"We came asking if drones can be used to deliver healthcare in a really remote setting... We left wondering how quality healthcare can possibly be delivered without them." - Dr. Peter Small


Dr. Peter Small on BBC News Hour (minute: 30:00)


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Events

Brown Bag Lecture: March 30, 2018   GHI Conference Room (SBS, N244) 

Turning   Rainforests into Deserts: Illegal Gold Mining, Deforestation and Mercury Contamination in the Peruvian Amazon — Luis E. Fernandez, Ph.D

Medical Grand Rounds: February 7, 2018—        HSC, Lecture Hall 2

Bringing Innovation to Global Health —  Peter Small, MD

Brown Bag Lecture: February 7, 2018— SBS, N244 

Drone Observed Therapy Systems in Madagascar — Simon Grandjean Lapierre, MD MSc

Planetary Health Speaker Series:  October 26, 2017— Wang Center Theater

World Banking on Climate & Health: Tradeoffs of Synergies in Madagascar — Timothy Bouley, World Bank


Engineering-Driven Medicine Lecture Series: May 3, 2017 

New Approaches and the Molecular Battle between Parasite and Host

 

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