My research interests are broad and include infectious disease, mental health, reproductive health, along with nutrition as it relates to obesity. I am particularly interested in helping to alleviate health disparities in underrepresented groups.
With five minutes of your time. Let's Show him the Longwood Medical community Supports its Grads!!!!!1 min, 50 seconds. Google. Research Funding. Your Thumbs Up of Approval. Battling Malaria.
And Assisting an HSPH alum. April 29 deadline
Caption: Michael, HSPH alum, was active when in Boston and finished first in a marathon called Halloween Superheroes 5-K Road Race 2010 to Benefit Cambridge Women’s Crisis Organization (Michael is in the middle)
Credits -Cambridge TV- (http://www.cctvcambridge.org/
A thumbs up from you, can help a Havard Alum tackle Malaria using Google! It takes just five minutes.
Michael, Harvard grad, and resident doctor , now in Canada, performed as "Jay Z" in the song "Empire State of Mind" at Harvard's International Night 2010 last year, and now he is aiming to perform on Canada's Global Health stage.Rally behind Michael Schwandt online, HSPH Alum 2010, and help him get selected as a Canadian Rising Star in Global Health! It is as easy as clicking the the thumbs up button on his video submission for global health funding by the Canadian government.
Michael Schwandt is an African Canadian, and aims to secure funding as Harvard's Canadian Rising star in Global Health, with an innovative idea to track infectious disease such as malaria using internet search engines such as google.
He simply needs support of individuals worldwide to hit the "thumbs up" button on his video submission to show support for his idea, if they agree of course. Video link:1 min 50 seconds.Support him online! Have your friends do so too! Click the thumbs up button. Share this email with friends to Support him too.
Public voting Makes a Large difference for the online video in grant application!! Support him with the click of one button. It takes 5 minutes. Even less!He was a good friend of mine, and is a great person,
Optional Additional Reading (More background info)Details on the Grant Below:
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Short Proposal Description:
Michael's proposal is titled: "The Mouse vs Malaria," and in short he suggests that we can find clues about infectious diseases around the world by looking at what people are doing online -- much the same way researchers have already been able to predict flu trends with information from Google searches (http://www.google.org/
CANADIAN RISING STARS IN GLOBAL HEALTH This program aims to tap into the creativity, knowledge and skills of emerging Canadian innovators to solve some of the most persistent health challenges in the developing world through scientific, business, and social innovation. We call this approach Integrated Innovation.
They are looking for inovative ideas to address complex real-world challenges that invovle a scientific or technological solution (new or existing) alone or in combination with social and/or business innovations.