Welcome to the blog of Global HealthShare initiative! As we blog, you can think of us as the GHS team. We hope to provide some insight into the work we do around the world — applying interdisciplinary approaches to break the cycle of poverty and improving the lives of those who are currently not part of the world’s economy. Our team will share experiences from the field as well as stories from the people we help in the developing world. Of course, we will supplement all of those experiences with as many pictures, videos, and other media to complete the story. In addition, we have archived our news stories prior to the creation of this blog which can be found in the Yearly Archives section.
The GHS team located at our headquarters at the University of California, Davis is quite small — that is, compared to our global consortium of over 40 members and 30 institutions around the world. As a start up humanitarian organization, we all find ourselves wearing many different hats and learning many new things everyday — but we are all bonded by one thing — passion for setting an example and delivering sustainable health solutions to those who need them most. In time this team will grow larger, but for now, let us introduce ourselves:
Raymond Rodriguez, Ph.D, is the Executive Director and is a Professor in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology.
Somen Nandi, Ph.D, is the Managing Director.
Delia Bethell, Ph.D, is our Clinical and Regulatory Specialist.
Megan Doyle, is a recent graduate of UC Davis and is a Research Analyst.
Editha Setiawan, is an MPH student at UC Davis and is a Research Analyst.