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“I value my colleagues who share in the vision and in this work. Indian Country ECHO is a terrific platform to reach audiences of all sorts…very clever! Why did we not think of this in the 1950’s?”Tom Becker, MD, PhD, has spent his entire career as an epidemiologist focused on Indian health issues. He trained in internal medicine, epidemiology, and anthropology and currently serves as a medical epidemiologist at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board. ...read more
“It is a tremendous honor to work with and serve Indigenous people. I am humbled by the rich and resilient communities in which I’ve had the privilege to work.”Ethan “Eitan” Bornstein, MD, grew up in the Washington, D.C. area and studied medicine at Emory University. He completed his internal medicine residency at the University of Colorado in Denver, where he met his wife. From there, Ethan relocated to ...read more
“I love the people I serve and seeing lives improved through public health efforts.”Vickie L. Bradley received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Carolina University, and a Master of Public Health at Lenoir-Rhyne University. She is the Secretary of Public Health and Human Services for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians ...read more
“The opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of individuals and communities inspires me. I have always enjoyed meeting new people and continuing to learn about the diversity of cultures among the Indigenous Peoples of America.”Harry J. Brown is a retired Captain in the U.S. Public Health Service. He spent over 26 years in uniform, and all of his career was spent in the Indian Health Service. He attended the University of Texas Medical Branch ...read more