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Ebola Discussion To Be Held At College of Medicine

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EBOLA DISCUSSION TO BE HELD AT COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

Florida State University College of Medicine experts in viral biology, infectious diseases, public health systems and global medicine will discuss the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa, clinical care and the protection of health-care professionals and the general public.

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Les Beitsch — Former deputy secretary of health for the Florida Department of Health and former Oklahoma commissioner of health; teaches health policy and directs the college’s Center for Medicine and Public Health; serves as chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine.
  • Dr. Daniel Van Durme — Chair and professor of family medicine and rural health; directs the college’s Center on Global Health; has led numerous medical mission trips to African countries.
  • Jamila Horabin — Molecular biologist; associate professor of biomedical sciences.
  • David Meckes — Expert in the areas of microbiology, immunology and virology; associate professor of biomedical sciences.

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12

6 P.M.

FSU COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

1115 W. CALL ST.

TALLAHASSEE, FLA.

Directions: From downtown travel west on Tennessee Street and turn left on Stadium Drive. The College of Medicine is located on the corner of Stadium Drive and Call Street. Limited press parking will be available by RSVP in a parking lot located off of Call Street between the College of Medicine and the Psychology Building. Additional parking is available in the parking garage on the corner of Stadium Drive and Spirit Way.