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Eric K. Noji, M.D.
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Dr. Eric Noji is a physician with over 25 years of experience working in the fields of global health, disaster relief and reconstruction, and emergency preparedness. He has served as Senior Technical Advisor, Team Leader, Project Manager, and consultant on numerous occasions to solve a wide variety of public health problems for government agencies, NGOs, and international organizations such as USAID, WHO, UNICEF, and the World Bank. A prolific writer, Dr. Noji is the author or co-author of over 250 scientific articles and publications on disaster medicine, applications of epidemiology in mass emergencies, and the public health response to natural disasters, terrorism, and forced migration. In 2005, he was elected to the prestigious Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Science for pioneering work in establishing much of the scientific basis for the public health response to natural disasters, refugee crises, technological emergencies and the development of medical biodefense countermeasures. Eric Noji is an adviser or board member of several major corporations, nonprofit organizations, and government advisory councils and commissions. On the evening of 24 September 2006, his webcast on disaster management was seen by over 1.5 million viewers, still the largest audience in history for a single academic lecture. In 2006-2007, he was Visiting Professor at the University of Geneva in Switzerland and the Free University of Brussels in Belgium, and from 1999 to 2008 served as President of the Society of Alumni of the Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene & Public Health. Dr. Noji continues to regularly advise senior government officials, international organizations, foundations, NGO's and corporations on humanitarian trends, disasters of the future and enterprise crisis management strategy.


* Emergency, disaster, humanitarian medicine
* Global Health and Epidemiology
* Operational, tactical, expeditionary, wilderness, travel medicine
* Crisis fund-raising
* Fast-track procurement & acquisition procedures
* Innovative technology brokering
* Rapidly assembling the best talent.
* Effective media relations and public health communications training
* Global Risk Intelligence Strategies
* Catastrophic Risk Management Solutions
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Telemedicine & mHealth in Haiti: Applying Global Lessons to the Development of Solutions

Posted on June 10, 2010 at 9:41pm 9 Comments

Telemedicine & mHealth in Haiti: Applying Global Lessons to the Development of Solutions

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With social media, should DOD go to the people, or should the people go to DOD?

Posted on April 26, 2010 at 10:46am 0 Comments

With social media, should DOD go to the people, or should the people go to DOD?

* By Kevin McCaney

* Mar 11, 2010

Should the Defense Department be making use of public social media sites such as Facebook, or should DOD, for security reasons, build its own?

Paul A. Strassman’s recent column arguing that that DOD’s social media policy doesn’t do… Continue

4 Facebook lessons from DOD

Posted on April 26, 2010 at 10:39am 0 Comments


4 Facebook lessons from DOD

Agencies need to learn some rules of the road before jumping into social media

* By Fred Wellman

* Apr 21, 2010

Now that both the White House and Defense Department have established social media policies, more organizations are certain to leap into the fray and launch social networking sites.… Continue

Cloud Interoperability Will Connect Agencies, Constituents

Posted on April 26, 2010 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Cloud Interoperability Will Connect Agencies, Constituents

As public sector organizations evaluate cloud services as a way to consolidate IT infrastructures, scale systems and enable innovative Open Government services, technology vendors…


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At 4:24pm on January 14, 2010, CC-Conrad Clyburn-MedForeSight said…

I know you have been thinking about the Haiti relief mission. If there is anything we can to help, please let me know.

At 10:28pm on March 19, 2009, Lester Martinez-Lopez said…
It is nice to connect again. How are you doing? I'm back in Tampa after a short period at DOD-HA working research governance.

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