Talking About Global Health During Pandemic

Doctor Michele Barry

Today we are publishing a conversation we had few weeks ago wit Doctor Michele Barry, Board Chair of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) and past President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. She is also a professor at the medical school in Stanford University, a Senior associate Dean, Global Health Director, Part of the Center Innovation in Global Health and a senior fellow at the Woods Institute and at the Freeman Spongli Institute.

Doctor Barry has received several honors during her career, like the Elizabeth Blackwell Medal for outstanding contributions to women in the field of medicine, and is founder of WomenLift Health which is a global initiative to transform global health outcomes by unleashing and elevating talented mid-career women to become global health leaders.

She talked to us about the current global health crisis and about the best recommendation that science and health professionals can offer to the population during these times.

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