Isaac Holeman prepared this innovation talk about FrontlineSMS:Medic for the 2009 meeting of the Scotland Malawi Partnership in Edinburgh.
Isaac Holeman recently graduated from Lewis & Clark College in Portland Oregon, where he researched ribosome biogenesis in the laboratory yeast S. cerevisiae. His passions include medicine, informatics, anthropology, global health, blogging at isaacholeman.org, and practicing the Christian faith. Eventually he hopes to attend medical school. Isaac co-founded FrontlineSMS:Medic and is currently their Director of Clinical Programs. He will be working throughout East Africa next year, based primarily at St. Gabriel's hospital in Namitete, Malawi.
About the Scotland Malawi Partnership:
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Welcome to Scotland Malawi Partnership
The Scotland Malawi Partnership, exists to inspire people and organisations of Scotland to be involved with Malawi in an informed, coordinated and effective way so that both nations benefit.