Dr. Jean Jannin, Advisor from WHO, and former student, Jeremy Schwartz at the University of Rochester Medical School
To Advisors, Students, Adult Learners:
The Research Library is open 24 hours a day! Here you will find a listing of articles and links for the informed reader as well as articles that we found interesting to both adults and students about our targeted neglected diseases.
There is also a tab for Student Reads. Student Reads are pertinent articles that have been summarized for the understanding of our students.
Please inform of us of any articles that you find to be relevant, and we will review and enter them in the library. For your information, you will see a list of films and their sources that educate about neglected diseases. The films should be previewed by an Advisor in order to choose appropriately for each age group.
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USD 3 Million Awarded to Find Biomarkers for Potential Test of Cure for Chagas Disease, The Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) Press Release, 12 November 2012
“Africa currently bears 50% of Neglected Tropical Diseases”, Pan African Visions, October 14th, 2012.
Tropical Diseases: The New Plague of Poverty, NY Times, August 18, 2012. This piece calls attention to the tight link between poverty and the rise in the number of neglected tropical diseases found in the US. Dr. Peter J. Hotez, a dear friend and partner of KFWH, also explains the current challenges we face when diagnosing and treating NTDs, especially in poor communities.
Stubborn Infection, Spread by Insects, Is Called ‘The New AIDS of the Americas’, NY Times, May 28, 2012
Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics and W.H.O. Collaborate to Improve Diagnosis of Sleeping Sickness with a Gates Foundation Grant, Joint News Release WHO/FIND, 06 February 2006
The Rise and Fall of Sleeping Sickness, The Lancet, Volume 367, Issue 9520, Pages 1377 – 1378, 29 April 2006
Authors’ Response to DNDi: Integrating New Control Tools into Preventative Chemotherapy Strategies for the Neglected Tropical Diseases, PLOS Medicine, 30 Mar 2009