S2 E21: Building Resilient Communities in the Face of Global Pandemics
As the world continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, we are joined on the podcast by Bryan Murphy-Eustis (SPH’04), a public health practitioner with unique insights to share. Bryan earned his MPH from Boston University in 2004 and went on to found his own public health consulting practice, BME Strategies. He also served as the Executive Director of Partners in Health Liberia where he coordinated the NGO’s West African response to the Ebola crisis. Today, Bryan works to develop and deploy new global health technologies through Global Good at Intellectual Ventures. He joined us on Proud to BU to talk about his background and his perspective on our collective path forward through this pandemic.
To learn more about Bryan, you can connect with him on LinkedIn. For more information on the BU School of Public Health’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, visit their website. Finally, for more information on the Proud to BU podcast, visit bu.edu/proudtobu.Support the show (http://www.bu.edu/give)