Alan Schnur took part in the smallpox and polio eradication efforts and was Team Leader, Communicable Disease Control in the World Health Organization China office during the SARS outbreak in 2003. Upon retirement, after almost 30 years with WHO, he worked as an instructor with the Boston University Geneva Program. He has authored or coauthored 14 book chapters and journal articles, including on smallpox and polio eradication and SARS.
Course Title: Global Public Health Security: The Role of Infectious Disease Control and Eradication (Winter Term 2019)
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