UM Lecture to Examine ‘Global Impact of Tropical Diseases in the Modern World’

March 25, 2015

MISSOULA – A doctor with clinical medicine experience in Peru, Honduras, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic will share his expertise on global infectious disease and tropical pathology during a lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 26, in the North Underground Lecture Hall at the University of Montana. 

Lane Sid Rolling will present “Global Impact of Tropical Diseases in the Modern World: The Haiti Experience,” sponsored by UM’s Division of Biological Sciences and the Global Leadership Initiative. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Rolling is director of clinical education and associate professor of medicine in the Department of Trauma and Infectious Diseases at the University of Health Sciences School of Medicine in Cusco, Peru.

For more information call UM Division of Biological Sciences Associate Dean Charles Janson at 406-243-5122 or email charles.janson@umontana.edu

Contact: Charles Janson, associate dean, UM Division of Biological Sciences, 406-243-5122, charles.janson@umontana.edu.