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Points of Contact

Slowing coronavirus requires more than robust testing. It takes a team of contact tracers to connect with people who test positive—one where IU School of Medicine's expertise in global health is crucial.

Matthew Harris  |  Nov 10, 2020

Gardner Steeped in AMPATH's Culture

The new head of AMPATH learned from its founders and will helm the IU-led consortium as its mission evolves.

Bobby King  |  Apr 10, 2020

Not Your Average Joe

Thirty years ago, Joe Mamlin and his IU colleagues set up a health partnership in Kenya. Today, the AMPATH consortium is thriving, and a global health champion is back home. He also has a couple of good yarns to share.

Bobby King  |  Sep 03, 2019

Mission: Unfulfilled

After Kent Brantly survived the Ebola virus, he shared his story with the world and built a quiet life back home. So, why is going back into global health?

Bobby King  |  Sep 03, 2019

Exporting Better Health

AMPATH’s global health model is on track for rollouts in Ghana and Mexico.

Matthew Harris  |  Sep 03, 2019

The Path of Yeast Resistance

A solution to halting the spread of mosquito-borne illnesses might be found in kitchen pantries.

Gail Mancini  |  Jul 01, 2018

‘No more tents’

For an Eli Lilly employee, the company’s work the AMPATH consortium is personal.

Matthew Harris  |  Jul 01, 2018

Entering Suffering

IU School of Medicine alumnus Kent Brantly survived a near-death battle with the Ebola virus. But that hasn’t scared him away from the prospect of returning to life as a medical missionary.

Karen Spataro  |  Feb 01, 2016

Battling Ebola

Physicians and researchers with ties to IU School of Medicine fight Ebola at home and abroad.

Karen Spataro  |  Jan 01, 2015