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What would a COVID-19 vaccine mean?

What would a COVID-19 vaccine mean?

As the world continues to wrestle with the pandemic, many of us are wondering if the development of a COVID-19 vaccine would be the decisive strike in attacking the coronavirus and reducing the pandemic. This topic was one of many that a group of international experts...

Mentorship and wisdom, keys to teaching excellence

Mentorship and wisdom, keys to teaching excellence




“Teaching is standing in front of a class, saying all the right things, hoping that everyone learns the lesson of the day and passes their tests. Teaching well is being understood emotionally as well as intellectually. Your words and actions resonate with everyone who acknowledges your presence,” Dr. William Darrow said.

Meet a rising champion for public health in the developing world

Meet a rising champion for public health in the developing world




Already entrenched in the medical system of Burkina Faso, where he worked as an endocrinologist and a nutritionist, Dr. Donald Yanogo did his homework and applied as a Fulbright scholar to Miami’s public research university, some 8,000 miles away. His country’s record on communicable diseases—thousands of deaths occur annually from malaria and respiratory illnesses alone—served as a catalyst for leaving behind his young family and parents to pursue a master of public health at the Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work.