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Eric K. NOJI, M.D.
Works at Noji Global Health & Security LLC
Attends Stanford Graduate School of Business
Lives in Geneva
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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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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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From the Aspen Ideas Festival, Aspen, Colorado   7 July 2008
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The 14th of October will always be an important date for me both personally and professionally.  I've worked in medicine, disaster relief and humanitarian aid for almost 30 years. Also worked with "Trip" Casscells in many places and in many capacities all over the world. I will miss him dearly.  As friend, colleague and mentor.  He died on Sunday, just two days ago. But for many years, there were few days that passed when I did not think of him.  Mostly it was "What would Trip do in this situation...".   May his soul rest in eternal peace.  
    -  Eric K. Noji, M.D. 15 October 2012
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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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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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Occupation
Medical Doctor
Employment
  • Noji Global Health & Security LLC
    Medical Doctor, 2009 - present
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    Medical Officer, 1988 - 2008
  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital & School of Medicine
    Attending Physician, 1984 - 1988
  • University of Chicago
    Resident in Emergency Medicine, 1981 - 1984
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Currently
Geneva
Previously
Washington, D.C. - Bujumburo - Honolulu - London - Lima - Adelaide - Bangkok - Ulan Bator - Alexandria, Egypt - Johannesburg - London - Samarkand - Singapore - Mandalay - Medellin -
Story
Tagline
Legendary humanitarian visionary, medical doctor, noted author, gifted teacher, and iconic figure in the aid community
Introduction

WHICH CIRCLES SHOULD YOU PLACE ME:
  • CEO/Entrepreneur
  • Sommelier
  • Citizen of the world
  • Philanthropist
  • Iconoclast
  • Fix what is broken
  • Innovative technology broker 
  • Talent scout par excellence
  • Mentor
  • Legend
  • Teacher
  • Naturalist
  • Social entrepreneur
  • Putting humpty-dumpty back together again
  • Networking Evangelist
  • Curmudgeon
  • Matchmaker
  • Impressario

ABOUT ME:
I am a medical doctor currently splitting my time between Washington DC and Geneva, Switzerland where I manage a consulting firm specializing in global health security.   Spent many years working as a medical epidemiologist at the renown Centers for Disease Control. I now spend most of my time raising awareness and money to support childrens' education and health in the poorest countries.  I tend to act on instinct, perhaps a bit too impulsively, but I believe in moving quickly to seize opportunities before they disappear.  I am focused, single-minded, driven, and intensely passionate about the things I believe in. Click here for more details. 

INTERESTS:
I love travel, good food and the best wine.  I am interested in architecture, animal husbandry, the sea, great ships, making and fixing things, watching polo, reading poetry and philosophy, and walking my three dogs.

My idea of heaven is dining outside, eating my favorite food (pasta, risotto, fish, antipasti, and steak Florentina simply seasoned with olive oil, fresh sage, thyme and rosemary) and drinking an unbelievable Brunello di Montalcino
Bragging rights
In 2005, I 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. I am 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. The bottom line is, if you want to get something done, fix something which is broken, succeed doing the impossible you need to know people like me who can make things happen. I have an unparalleled track record of developing my ideas into reality and arranging the financing to support the execution of these ideas.
Education
  • Stanford Graduate School of Business
    Supply chain and continuity of operations, 2010 - present
  • Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health
    Epidemiology, 1986 - 1987
  • University of Rochester School of Medicine
    M.D., 1977 - 1981
  • Stanford University
    Physics and Philosophy, 1973 - 1977
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Other names
Netmeister, Doctor No-Jive, Noji-Net