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From: Gail Fancher, MPH&TM Alum; To: Dr. Latha Rajan-------Merry Christmas 2008 and Happy New Year 2009
Tony, Johnathan, and I wish you the best this holiday season! May your stockings be warm and full of goodies! To me 2008 was split in 3 sections: Jan-May –the predeployment time/May-Oct –the deployment/Oct-Dec –the postdeployment
I spent 120 days in Kirkuk, Iraq. It was an amazing experience and I feel extremely blessed. I worked side by side with colleagues from the Army. They were such heroes. I missed my family but am so glad I could be part of such an amazing part of the American story.
We are still in Altus. Tony finished his degree this year and was hired by the base to do computer programming. He currently is in the kitchen making something that smells good. Johnathan is a 5th grader at Altus Christian Academy. He likes computer games and playing the Wii.
We all enjoy a good Wii game. We got the Nerf strike game this year. I have a chance on this one. I'm not a good shot, but this one is a little easier to me. Perhaps I'm actually getting better at playing these games. I know it's just fun!
Gail, Tony, and Johnathan Fancher
October 07, 2008 From Dr. John Campagna to Dr. Richard Oberhelman
I am not sure if you remember me, but I graduated in 2007 with the combined degree. I remember that you always worked in Peru and I remember your lecture on Oroyo fever. I am currently working in Lima- Iquitos with NMRCD. I just got into Iquitos and I was talking with Dr. Amy Morrison who has worked with you. I wanted to say thank you very much for the excellent teaching. At my residency, i am considered the de facto ID guy when our ID staff is deployed. I have been imptressing the NMRCD staff with my knowledge of Trop Med. I hope to see you in NOLA in December. I will be taking the exam and I have a case report poster on Monday the 8th. Please stop by.
John Campagna MD, MPHTM
CPT, MC, USA
Ms. Adiba Hassan recently graduated from the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine with her MSPH in Spring 2008. She has very recently joined ASPH - Association of Schools of Public Health - 1101 15th Street, N.W.,Suite 910,Washington, D.C. 20005 - as the Coordinator for Graduate Training Programs. At ASPH, she will be involved in the daily management of all ASPH Fellowship and Internship programs, primarily the ASPH/CDC Rosenfield Global Health Fellowship Program. We wish her all the best.