On today’s podcast, I’ll be playing an expert question and answer panel from the International Society of Neglected Tropical Diseases d³ (ISNTD d³) conference in London June 25-26th 2018.
The Q & A is on the topic, Redefining Access to Medicines and is chaired by Andrew Jack of The Financial Times.
Panel participants include: Dr. Beatrice Greco (Merck Global Health Institute), Jeffrey Moe (Duke Global Health Institute), Eric Stobbaerts (DNDi), Goylette Chami (University of Cambridge, Department of Pathology), Danny Edwards (Access to Medicines Foundation), Poppy Lamberton (University of Glasgow) and Margaret Olele (American Business Council).
- Keystone virus: An interview with John Lednicky, Ph.D.
- Animal Viruses and Humans: A discussion with author, Dr Warren Andiman
- Schistosomiasis: In terms of impact, it’s second only to malaria as the most devastating parasitic disease
- The Global Virome Project: Providing timely data to battle future pandemics
- Legionella Conference 2018: Approaches for successfully preventing the spread of Legionella in buildings, hospitals and other at-risk facilities
- The 1918 Influenza Pandemic: A short history and lessons learned
- India eliminating trachoma and other global health successes in 2017
- Dr. Peter Hotez on World Chagas Day 2017
- Bioterrorism, antibiotic resistance and pandemic flu: Discussing ‘Deadliest Enemy’
- Outbreaks and the role of health promotion
- Antibiotic crisis looming: Osterholm’s thoughts
Intro music: “Rapture” by Ross Bugden