Senior Fellow - Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment; Senior Associate Dean of Global Health; Professor - General Internal Medicine
Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies
Michele Barry, MD, FACP is the Senior Associate Dean for Global Health and Director of Global Health Programs in Medicine at Stanford. Dr. Barry's areas of scholarly interest include global health workforce, clinical tropical medicine, emerging infectious diseases, problems of underserved populations and globalization’s impact upon health in the developing world. Dr. Barry is an elected member of the Institute of Medicine and National Academy of Science and is past-Chair of the Interest Group on Global Health, Infectious Diseases and Microbiology at the IOM. She has been listed in Best Doctors in America and recently joined the Board of Directors of the Bill and Melinda Gates funded Consortium of Universities involved in Global Health (CUGH). She also serves as the health consultant for the Ford Foundation overseas programs.
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Report offers wide-ranging recommendations to U.S. president for mitigating the grave effects of climate change on human health. The paper was produced in conjunction with the Climate Implementation Project Conference series sponsored by the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and Stanford Law School.
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Michele Barry discusses the importance university action is in respond to the large and growing number of Syrian refugees.
Michele Barry comments on the need to increase the number of women in powerful positions within companies.
Michele Barry is quoted on women's health and rights at the recent inaugural Women Leaders in Global Health conference held at Stanford University.