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There are 5 comments on Nahid Bhadelia to Head New BU Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases Policy and Research

  1. I am greatly encouraged by this initiative of BU so that we learn and pass on the lessons from the past year and to further support the mission of the NEIDL to save lives and be better prepared for outbreaks of emerging infectious diseases. Dr. Bhadelia is an outstanding leader in the field and I am sure will do a great job.

  2. From a 35-year friend of Dean Rachel Kyte at Tufts — congratulations, Dr. Bhadelia. I serve as Dean of United Nations Non-governmental representatives and hope to begin at some p;oint soon my M.A. at the Fletcher School. I have long experience in the new elements of diplomacy, and health as a driver of foreign policy and Feminist Foreign Policy are areas of interest. Saw you today on MSNBC. Best wishes for success in this new venture. Richard Jordan

  3. Excellent initiative Dr. Badhelia, as we know based on this pandemic infectious disease intelligence data needs to be collected, analyzed, and expertly communicated to scientists, public health authorities, leaders, and the public in a timely way to ensure we have plans in place to address management and treatments available not only to developed world but also to underdeveloped continents such as Africa and Latin America.
    Thank you
    Maria Margarita Corvez
    VP of Clinical Operations Oncology, Clover Biopharmaceuticals
    BU Alumni CAS

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