Neurology fellow Dominique Mortel, based in Zambia, reflects on what the nation’s recent presidential election could mean for its people.
COVID-19 took an emotional toll on medical students. Government grants, reduced interest rates and paused interest collection offered some financial relief. Why couldn’t we make those changes permanent?
Dominique Mortel, neurology fellow, describes her experience completing her neurology residency to joining the first global health neurology fellowship with Johns Hopkins and the pandemic.
How much is the life of one child really worth? That is part of the question bioethicists and policymakers must consider when discussing influenza’s recent disappearance. In the U.S., the past three flu seasons have resulted in 144 to 199 pediatric deaths from influenza infection. Strikingly, only one pediatric death from influenza was recorded during […]