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Dual Citizenship at the Ebola Bedside: A Survivor's Story

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Skaggs Institute for Molecular Biology Building

10596 N. Torrey Pines Rd, 2nd Floor

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A Survivor’s Story: Dual Citizenship at the Ebola Bedside

In 2014 Dr. Ian Crozier was a volunteer with the World Health Organization at the Kenema General Hospital in Sierra Leone during the worst Ebola epidemic to date. Shortly after his arrival he began experiencing symptoms of Ebola and was evacuated to a US hospital for treatment where he remained for 40 days. Despite the long road to recovery, he continues to treat Ebola patients in Africa and develop new therapeutic tools to fight the deadly disease.


Location: Committee Lecture Hall, Scripps Research Institute

When: February 24th, 4pm-5pm

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Contact: Michelle McGraw, mmcgraw@scripps.edu

Parking: Parking in Lot 2, (south employee parking lot) adjacent to the Scripps auditorium is free.


Directions:

  • From Interstate 5, exit at Genesee Avenue and go west for about 0.8 miles to the second stoplight
  • Turn right (north) onto John Jay Hopkins Drive
  • Turn left at the second opportunity (about 0.1 miles) into the Institute's driveway and employee parking lot.
  • The gate will be raised and you may park in that lot for our event.
  • Follow the signs or ask a volunteer how to get from the parking lot to the auditorium.

If interest exceeds the lecture hall capacity, the talk will move to the larger Scripps Auditorium.

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10596 N. Torrey Pines Rd, 2nd Floor

La Jolla, CA 92037

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