Dr. Michel Masozera -- recent Gund Graduate Student Fellow and graduate of the doctoral program of the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources -- discusses his research at the interface of emerging infectious disease in East Africa. Michel is currently program staff for the Wildlife Conservation Society, leading an evaluation and implementation of conservation of ecosystem service programs in human-dominated conservation areas worldwide.
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