Ann Marie Kimball, MD, MPH, BS
Professor Emeritus, Epidemiology
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
SPO, Epi and Surveillance, ID, Global Health
PO Box 23350
Seattle, WA 98102
Global Trade and Infectious Disease, Emerging Infections, Surveillance and Informatics, Global Health Policy for Infectious Disease control.
MPH, Pub Health & Comm Med, University of Washington 1981
MD, Preventive Medicine, University of Washington 1976
BS, Biology, Stanford University 1972
Risky Trade: Infectious Disease in the Era of Global Trade (Ashgate 2006, 241 pages)
(Click here to link to Ashgate Publications)
An interview with Dr. Kimball regarding her book "Risky Trade" can be found at http://sphcm.washington.edu/podcasts/
You can purchase "Risky Trade" at Amazon.com or the University Bookstore.
Reviews:"Risky Trade: Infectious Disease in a Era of Global Trade" NEJM March 1, 2007 page 941-2. (To go: http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/356/9/970)
Kimball, AM "Happy Birthday W.T.O: Time to Take Care of Our Health" (accepted for publication) Lancet, November 2005.
Kimball AM, Arima Y, Hodges, JR. "Stealth Infections and Global Trade: Farther, Faster, Quieter" Globalization and Health, Vol. 1, May, 2005.
**Hodges,J.R., Kimball AM, " The Global Diet: Food Safety and Global Trade" Globalization and Health, Volume 1, May 2005
Kimball, AM, Taneda K, Wong, K "An Evidence Base for International Health Regulations: Quantitative Measurement of the Impacts of Epidemic Disease on Global Trade, accepted, publication pending. (December 2005) Scientific et Technique, OIE, Paris
Kimball, AM, Thant, M "What Me Worry, AIDS at Davos" Lancet, March 21, 2005.
*Kimball, AM, Taneda, K. "Emerging Infections and Global Trade : A New Method of Guaging Impact" Review Scientifique et Technique Vol. 23(3) December, 2004
*Kimball AM, Plotkin BJ, Harrison TA, Pautler NF, Trade Related Infections-Global Traffic and Microbial Travel", ECOHEALTH, Vol. 1, April 2004.
*Kimball, AM, Lober B, Kobayashi, J, Arima, Y, Fox, L, Brown, J, Pautler, N, "Reporting, Surveillance and Information Exchange: The SARS Imperative for Innovation" Chapter 5, Learning from SARS: Preparing for the Next Disease Outbreak, Institute of Medicine, Forum on Microbial Threats, 2004.
*Kimball AM, Horwitch C, O'Carroll P, Arjosa S, Kunanusont C, Lin Y, Meyer C, Schubert L, Dunham P The Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation Emerging Infections Network Am J Prev Med 1999; 17(2):156-8
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