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Muhammad Hamid Zaman
HHMI Professor of Biomedical Engineering & International Health at Boston University. Op-ed contributor for , & . Views my own.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman 2h
Indeed. Many of us are also driven to science and engineering to ease suffering and pain, to increase the quality of life and improve the odds of survival for the most vulnerable. Those questions are just as much about science as they are about social justice.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman 21h
Such an incredible opportunity for the students to listen to, and benefit from
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I am there in spirit - so badly want to be there in person as well! All the best to all the incredible teams and their tireless mentors.
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Dr. Tom Frieden Jan 19
Truly scary – plans for CDC to close some country offices if not funded. Receding from the field, Americans less safe.
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Jan Egeland Jan 18
In second half of 2017, Yemen’s people saw more death, more disease, more starvation. The only thing seen less of was action from the powers with the power to stop it.
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Melissa Fleming Jan 19
Meanwhile, the horrors and tragedies of trying to survive and escape war continues unabated.
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richard horton Jan 19
The UN Relief and Works Agency provides life-saving care to Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, and to Palestinian refugees. The US cut to UNRWA funding will cruelly harm the health of millions of people.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jan 19
This is an incredible book - I started reading and couldn't put down. Omar has done a phenomenal job that is both deeply personal and highly reflective of the challenges of healthcare in complex environments of conflict.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jan 19
There is an intelligence and commitment overload in this picture!
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NPR Goats & Soda Jan 18
What's The Best Way To Help Refugees Land A Job?
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Filippo Grandi Jan 17
Financial crisis at must be avoided, for the sake of millions of Palestinian refugees depending on its education+health services, and the stability of countries hosting them in a troubled region.
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Mohammed Al-Asaadi Jan 16
Of the 3 million children who have survived from birth since the conflict in escalated in March 2015, life is a daily struggle w/out food, water and medicine, . ’s report “Born into War” here:
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Adeel Hassan Jan 16
Black families in America earn just $57.30 for every $100 in income earned by white families. And for every $100 in white family wealth, black families hold just $5.04.
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Aline Germani Jan 16
So glad to have BU students among the teams. Their dedication & commitment is remarkable
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jan 16
I was in when I saw the heartbreaking news of . Couldn't help but reflect on his words. Pity the nation.
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Muhammad Hamid Zaman Jan 15
So glad to have the opportunity for our students to understand the complexity of humanitarian crises and the solutions needed to address them.
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MSF International Jan 14
More than half a million refugees have fled to in less than 5 months
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BetterWorldCampaign Jan 14
A sweet story of success: family that fled war in Colombia thrives in new role as bakery owners in Costa Rica thanks to assistance from
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