Join us for an insightful conversation with panelist Dr. Aliyar Fouladkhah ’14 MPH, Faculty Director of the Public Health Microbiology Laboratory in Nashville and Karen Green ’78, YASC board member and trip producer for the YASC 2024 Intercultural Program with the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe who will moderate this info session.
Each year, Yale alumni, students, staff, family, and friends take part in Yale Alumni Service Corps (YASC) and Yale Day of Service (YDOS) programs, giving back to local communities across the country and around the world. In this series, we'll be spotlighting a few of those Yalies, who discuss how they got involved and what service means to mean to them. For this info session, we will feature Dr. Aliyar Fouladkhah ’14 MPH, who will share why he prioritizes service through Yale and encourage others to join.
He will also give us an overview of his work at the Public Health Microbiology Foundation with a focus on Jamaica and Republic of Georgia as potential sites for future YASC programs. Key topics to be discussed include climate change and food safety train the trainer programs for Environmental Health Inspectors in the St. Ann Health Department in Jamaica and the development of a Microbiology Laboratory, an Antibiotic Stewardship Program, and Infectious Diseases training in the Republic of Georgia.
If you would like to join us for this discussion, this is a great opportunity to learn how you can make a difference, ask questions, and get involved.