Diplomatic Immunity: Frank and candid conversations about diplomacy and foreign affairs
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Season 2, Episode 3: Kelly McFarland and Alistair Somerville talk to Dr. Claire Standley, Assistant Research Professor at Georgetown's Center for Global Health Science and Security and the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, about the need building local and international health systems, lessons from Ebola, and the nexus between theory and practice in global health security and diplomacy. Claire also reflects on her experience as a Science & Technology Policy Fellow at the State Department.
Claire's ISD case study, The 2014-2015 West Africa Ebola Outbreak: The Diplomacy of Response and Recovery in Guinea.
More from the Georgetown Center for Global Health Science and Security: https://ghss.georgetown.edu/covid19/
Episode recorded: February 4th, 2021. Update recorded: February 18th, 2021.