Lawrence Sands, DO, MPH and Donald Noah, DVM, MPH review the history of tuberculosis, its resurgence in the world today, and the impact on global health.
Mitigate the impact Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex has on human and animal health worldwide
Differentiate the challenges to the prevention and control of tuberculosis
Evaluate evidence‐based actions and strategies directed at tuberculosis elimination in both human and animal populations
Dr. Sands and Dr. Noah have no disclosures.
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With over 25 years of experience as a public health physician Dr. Lawrence Sands is dedicated to building healthy communities and inspiring people to take action to improve and protect the health of all. Currently a clinical associate professor at Midwestern University’s Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, he previously served in various public health leadership positions including chief health officer for the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) in Las Vegas, NV, community health services director and biodefense preparedness and response medical director for the Maricopa County (Phoenix, AZ) Department of Public Health, and state epidemiologist and infectious disease services chief for the Arizona Department of Health Services.
Dr. Donald L. Noah is Director of Midwestern University’s One Health Center and an Associate Professor of Public Health and Epidemiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine in Glendale, Arizona. In this inaugural faculty position, he is responsible for building and delivering new educational courses to students across several medical disciplines at Midwestern University. An early champion of the One Health concept, Dr. Noah performs comprehensive academic duties relating to teaching, mentoring, public speaking and other forms of institutional and/or extramural professional service.
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