1:2:1 Podcast : Global Health
A conversation with the Gates Foundation's Anita Zaidi
Anita Zaidi, MD, discusses the timely issues impacting the health of children around the world.
David Relman on the risks of lab-made pathogens
Should scientists be allowed to create lab-made pathogens in the interest of science? In this podcast, Stanford microbiologist and biosecurity expert David Relman, MD, talks about the grave risks associated with this kind of research.
Paul Drain on health care in Cuba
Cuba may seem an unlikely role model, but Paul Drain, MD, makes a case that the country could teach the United States about providing effective, affordable health services at low cost.
Sharon Perry on treating TB in N. Korea
A team of Stanford specialists recently returned from North Korea, where they are working to develop the country's first diagnostic laboratory to test drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Co-founder Johnny Dorsey on Global Health Corps
The Global Health Corps aims to promote global health equity both in the United States and abroad and build a new movement of global health leaders.
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.