[opensourcepharma] Open-source pharma for ebola

Sherwood Neiss sherwood at theccagroup.com
Tue Oct 7 13:27:14 UTC 2014

There's an app called "who@" that can help with this. You download the app, it privately sync's w your contacts. If someone in your network wants an introduction to a contact of yours, you get an email message asking for an introduction. The other person will never know you got the email so if you don't want to provide the introduction it protects you and your contacts. If you do, only you can notify them that you will do the intro. I use it a lot. 


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> On Oct 7, 2014, at 9:21 AM, Bernard Munos <bhmunos at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> It looks like the following people could be quite helpful in gaining support for an open-source initiative targeted at ebola. Do we know them? Can we organize ourselves to reach out to them? I must admit that none of these people are familiar to me. Thanks for your input.
> Bernard
> List of experts on the Informal Consultation on how science can inform our response to Ebola virus disease outbreak
> (as of 15:00 on 6 October 2014)
> Date: 7 October 2014
> Place: Geneva, Switzerland
> Dr Sylvain Baize, Institut Pasteur
> Dr Daniel Bausch, Tulane University
> Dr Philippe Calaine, MSF Suisse
> Professor Jean-Francois Delfraissy, INSERM
> Dr Scott Dowell, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
> Dr John Edmunds, The London School of Health and Tropical Medicine
> Dr Robert Fowler, Sunnybrook Medical Centre
> Professor Stephan Günther, BNI, University of Hamburg
> Dr Lisa Hensley, US National Institutes of Health
> Dr Peter Jahrling, US National Institutes of Health
> Dr Gary Kobinger, Public Health Agency of Canada
> Dr Mandy Kader Konde, Institute of Research Guinea
> Professor Jean-Jacques Muyembe, INRB Kinshasa DRC
> Dr Abdulsalami Nasidi, CDC Nigeria
> Professor Peter Piot, London School of Health and Tropical Medicine
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