As the world becomes more urban, and climate change picks up pace, natural disasters remain one of the greatest threats to human health and stability. Cities are becoming larger, more humans on the planet are becoming urban, and city leaders are turning their attention toward the importance of preparedness and response to natural disasters. It is anticipated that the majority of the... Continue Reading
Emergency Medicine Physician
Laura Janneck is a staff physician and the Director of the Program for Immigrant, Refugee and Global Health at the Cambridge Health Alliance. She is also a Clinical Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Janneck studied human biology at Brown University, medicine at Case Western Reserve University, and she did an MPH at Harvard University with a focus on global health and humanitarian operations. Janneck has worked in medical education, research and clinical care in South Africa, Uganda and Lebanon.