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Black lives matter. We shall not tolerate injustice, bias, and bigotry.

Our intolerance for racial inequality, police brutality and injustices drives us to not only continue work in service of our mission, but to recommit ourselves to making a difference in improving the lives of people and conditions in communities in the United States and around the world.

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RTI Center for Global Noncommunicable Diseases

We create multidisciplinary, sustainable solutions to address the global burden of noncommunicable diseases – the leading cause of human death and illness worldwide. 

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deaths per year from noncommunicable diseases

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of these deaths are in low- and middle-income countries

COVID-19 Experts Available for Interview

Racial Disparity

LaShawn Glasgow is the Director of Community and Workplace Health at RTI. Dr. Glasgow is available to comment on COVID-19’s impact on the health of racial and ethnic minority groups across the U.S.

Food Waste and Supply

Mary Muth, PhD, conducts research studies to analyze the impacts of policies, regulations, and other initiatives affecting food and agriculture. Dr. Muth can speak on a range of topics involving food in relation to COVID-19, with an emphasis on food waste.

Epidemiology

Pia MacDonald, PhD, is focused on strengthening countries’ capacities to prevent, detect, and respond to disease outbreaks. She can speak to the global impact and threat of COVID-19.

Misinformation

Brian Southwell, PhD, is an expert on the spread of misinformation and how to best counter it. Misinformation has heavily impacted the COVID-19 pandemic and the public’s perception of the virus.

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