Dr. Mark Smolinski is a global leader on disease surveillance. In 2003, Mark led the development of a regional surveillance system linking Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority. Similarly, he has worked to improve regional collaborations in SE Asia, Africa, and Russia. Mark was the study director for the U.S. Institute of Medicine’s landmark report, Microbial Threats to Health: Emergence, Detection, and Response.
Pandemics pose an inarguably daunting global threat: they are hard to predict, spread globally at rapid speed, impact people directly, and have the potential to stop commerce. The H1N1 virus presented us ...
Canary In The Coal Mine: H1N1 And Global Threat Preparedness In The 21st Century
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