1:2:1 Podcast

Michele Barry on influenza outbreaks and global health

Michele Barry, MD, discusses the current H1N1 flu outbreak, as well as her new role as the senior associate dean for global health at the School of Medicine and director of International Health Programs at Stanford. Barry is an expert in emerging infectious diseases, globalization's impact on health in the developing world, tropical medicine and problems of underserved populations.

Length: 19 mins. 23 sec.

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