Ebola’s emergence, management: 2 points of view from UW
Point-counterpoint: Specialists from Public Health and Medicine briefly explore whys and hows of the virus
Infectious Disease News asked two University of Washington specialists for context about Ebola's rise in 2013-14 and how medicine is working to control the disease.
- Julie Robinson is a clinical instructor of global health at the University of Washington School of Public Health; she leads Côte d’Ivoire and advocacy programs at Health Alliance International.
- Michael Gale is a professor of immunology at the UW School of Medicine, and directs the UW Center for Innate Immunity and Immune Disease.