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Eric K. NOJI, M.D.
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Legendary humanitarian visionary, medical doctor, noted author, gifted teacher, and iconic figure in the aid community
Legendary humanitarian visionary, medical doctor, noted author, gifted teacher, and iconic figure in the aid community

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From the Aspen Ideas Festival, Aspen, Colorado   7 July 2008

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Summer internship during college at the Gombe Stream Research Center (GSRC) in Tanzania with Stanford Professor Jane Goodall. The Center was established in 1967 to study chimpanzee behavior and to protect them from illegal hunting in the National Park
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Severely injured survivors of a major Amtrak train disaster arriving via military helicopters on the helipad of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland.  Attending emergency physician, Dr. Eric Noji served as senior triage officer responsible for evaluating arriving casualties
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Google's newly expanded Street View coverage of six of Hawaii’s islands enables you to take a virtual vacation to paradise. Explore panoramic imagery of local beach parks, tropical rainforests, volcanic lava fields, oceanfront resorts and more. Can you feel the ocean breeze yet? Now let's do some digital island-hopping...

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CDC and WHO spent a fortune working with Google and the world's greatest GIS experts in tracking down (and mapping the location) of every case of Zombie disease. I heard that the survey strategy used was cluster sampling, the same vehicle used so successfully during the smallpox eradication campaign.

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+Guy Kawasaki +Joichi Ito Leading serial entrepreneurs and thought leaders from around the world will join us for a lively discussion about emerging challenges and opportunities for innovation, investment, and entrepreneurship in post-earthquake Japan by providing a global business perspectives, highlighting how cultural and other "disruption" can bring positive change
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