THE ENGERHARDT SCHOOL OF GLOBAL HEALTH AND BIOETHICS AT EUCLID
AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL UNIVERSITY UNDER UNITED NATIONS TS 49006/7

Acute Flaccid Myelitis Research

The EUCLID faculty team is continuing to monitor the ongoing developments of the AFM (acute flaccid myelitis) outbreak in the United States, including seasonality. A major academic paper has been drafted and peer-reviewed but remains on hold as of posting (04/2019). The US Centers for Disease Control (aka CDC) has not as of yet released sufficient data to assess various hypotheses.

The EUCLID faculty position is, at this time, that AFM is best classified as an auto-immune disease for which the trigger remains subject to investigation and research.

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EUCLID announces MOUs

EUCLID has signed an international cooperation Memorandum of Understanding with Sanskriti University (India). This signals EUCLID’s ongoing commitment to intercultural and interfaith engagement, as well

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FACULTY AND ALUMNI NEWS Q1 2022

EUCLID is pleased to report on several faculty updates. Secretary-General Winston Dookeran‘s new book The Caribbean on the Edge: The Political Stress of Stability, Equality,

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EUCLID congratulates Collen Kelapile

EUCLID congratulates long-time faculty member and friend Collen Kelapile who was recently elected 77th President of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). From