President Trump signed an executive order to slash the nearly $8.8 billion the U.S. spends annually to fight deadly diseases. The callous move makes millions around the world more vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis.
About Maureen Miller
Maureen Miller, PhD, is an infectious disease epidemiologist at Columbia University with training in medical anthropology. Her career straddles both the academic and public spheres. Dr. Miller has been involved in applied infectious disease prevention research, programming and policy since the 1990s. While a full-time professor at Columbia, she established Bed Stuy West Community Studies, a successful community-academic health research partnership in the largest Black community in North America.