Dr. Adnan Hyder hopes the program can have as big an impact on public health policy in Afghanistan as it has in Pakistan. “To me, the fundamental innovation here is to stop the … brain drain,” said Hyder, adding that all trainees from Afghanistan will be asked to do work that will not only contribute to their degrees but also to the important policies around injury and trauma in their country

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A slow international response and a failure of leadership were to blame for the “needless suffering and death” caused by the recent Ebola epidemic, an independent panel of global health experts has concluded

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Liberia–U.S. partnership planning Phase 3 trial and study of Ebola survivors

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Professor and JHU-FABTP Director Adnan Hyder, MD, MPH, PhD discusses the ethics of health systems research in a dynamic webinar, now available for viewing

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