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Emerging Infections and Their Global Impact - Zika Virus and Ebola

  • April 07, 2016
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Loma Linda University Randall Visitor's Center, 11080 Anderson St., Loma Linda CA 92350

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  • HS students should be accompanied by a teacher.

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Emerging Infections & Their Global Impact
World Health Day at Loma Linda University

April 7, 2016
5:30 pm reception & refreshments
6:00 pm discussion and Q & A
with
Ingrid Blomquist, MD
Infectious Disease, Loma Linda University Medical Center
Michael Ing, MD
Infectious Disease, Veterans Affairs, Loma Linda Healthcare System
Allan Darnell, MD
Preventative Medicine, Center for Health Promotion Travel Clinic
Richard Hart, MD, Ph.D
President Loma Linda University Health

As the world becomes more interconnected and interdependent everything moves faster, including disease. How does this impact the lives of people around the world as they travel for business and pleasure, trade and transport goods, and engage with others on all levels? April 7th has been designated World Health Day by the United Nations. It is an opportunity to explore the causes and global impact of new fast spreading pandemics such as the Zika Virus and Ebola.

Get your questions answered!

Program free but online registration is required.(Select the "Registration" button on the homepage announcement of the program)

Download and share the flier: ZikaVirus_Ebola.pdf

Questions: Contact Margaret Hill, WAC Program Chair worldaffairsCSUSB@gmail.com
909-537-5648


World Affairs Council - Inland Southern California

World Affairs Council of Inland Southern California  P.O. Box 1268  Riverside, CA 92502

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