Mr. Jason Rosenfeld, assistant director of global health at University of Texas Heath Science Center at San Antonio is the first speaker of Microtalk. He is a public health professional with over 10 years of experience designing, implementing and evaluating international health and development programs, with a specific focus on community based water, sanitation and hygiene education and behavior change.
In this episode, Jason shares his global health experiences in Africa, Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and how local health clubs can combat global health problems. He also discusses Zika virus, the crisis of antibiotic resistance, and how his family ended up with a Zimbabwean dog.
Discussants (in alphabetical order):
Dr. Karl Klose (Professor and director of STCEID, UTSA)
Dr. Janakiram Seshu (Associate professor, STCEID, UTSA)
Dr. Floyd Wormley (Professor, STCEID, UTSA)
Mr. Jason Rosenfeld working in South Africa