Faculty Fellow Muhammad Zaman Featured in Bostonia

Frederick S. Pardee Faculty Fellow Muhammad Zaman was featured in Fall 2012 issue of Bostonia, the Boston University alumni magazine. The article titled Into Africa describes Prof. Zaman’s work with students developing an affordable tool to measure blood oxygen levels. The pulse oximeter is designed for rural health workers in Zambia to detect diseases like pneumonia. Prof. Zaman was also the recently awarded a USAID/Gates Foundation Saving Lives at Birth Grant grant to design a reliable and affordable tool to screen counterfeit drugs.

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To learn more about Professor Muhammad Zaman, visit his profile the Pardee Center community page.