New Papadosio “Pattern Integrities” EP Is Available For Stream

first_imgSomewhere between psychedelic rock, synthetic jazz, and electronic jam is Papadosio. Today, the Ashville-based quintet excitedly releases their newest work of art, Pattern Integrities Vol. 1. The eight-track, entirely-instrumental EP comes just one year after their full-length Extras in a Movie LP, and marks the band’s third studio record since 2009.Join Papadosio in an effort to create, augment, and rejoice in the universal language of music, and listen/download their new Pattern Integrities EP below:<a href=””>Pattern Integrities EP by Papadosio</a>In support of this new release, the band kicks off a 20+ date tour tomorrow, featuring the “Live P.I.” where they will play the fully-instrumental songlist live. Tickets are currently on-sale on the band’s website.last_img read more

Takemi Program celebrates 30 years at symposium on health systems governance

first_img Read Full Story More than two decades ago, Uche Amazigo came to the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) from Nigeria to spend a year as a fellow in the Takemi Program in International Health. A university lecturer and biologist with training in public health and parasitology, and with a specialty in tropical diseases, Amazigo had already conducted groundbreaking research on onchocerciasis, or river blindness—uncovering the social isolation, suffering, and disability caused by the disfigurement and unrelenting itching from the disease.Amazigo says her experience as a Takemi Fellow—a year of learning, researching, and thinking about policy issues—helped focus her work and transformed her career, propelling her to a global leadership role in the control of onchocerciasis. Research she worked on as a Takemi Fellow helped spur the launch of the World Health Organization’s African Program for Onchocerciasis Control (WHO/APOC) in 1995. Amazigo joined WHO in 1996 and served as director of WHO/APOC from 2005-2011. During her time there, she helped expand onchocerciasis control programs in Africa from 11 to 19 countries and pioneered a path-breaking, community-driven strategy for treating the disease with ivermectin. For her work on onchocerciasis and her leadership at APOC, Amazigo received the prestigious Prince Mahidol Award for Public Health in 2012, a major achievement in global health.last_img read more