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Back to Top Evan Adams of the Sliammon First Nation (Powell River, BC, Canada) is an actor, and physician, whose numerous performances include a starring role in the Emmy-winning TV-movie LOST IN THE BARRENS and, most memorably, as Thomas Builds-The-Fire in the Miramax feature SMOKE SIGNALS, which won him many awards including an Independent Spirit Award for performance in 1999. Adams completed his MD at the University of Calgary, his Aboriginal Family Practice residency at St Paul’s Hospital/UBC (as Chief Resident), a Masters of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University, was the Deputy Provincial Health Officer, British Columbia Ministry of Health (2012-2014) and is currently the Chief Medical Officer at the First Nations Health Authority.
Back to Top Kamiar Alaei, MD, Dr PH, MPH, MS, MSt is a public service professor and the founding Director of Global Institute for Health and Human Rights at University at Albany.
He and his brother co-founded the first triangular clinic for HIV/AIDS cases and drug users in Iran documented by WHO as a Best Practice model. Pagels Human Rights of Scientists Award from the New York Academy of Science in 2009, the Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights from the Global Health Council in June 2011, the inaugural award for leadership in health and Human Rights from PAHO/WHO in 2011, inaugural Elizabeth Taylor Award in Recognition of Efforts to Advocate for Human Rights in the field of HIV from International AIDS Society in 2012 and Ellis Island Medal of Honor in 2015.
He also co-authored a proposal to develop national HIV/AIDS programs in Iran awarded $15.8 million by the Global Fund. He received his MD from Isfahan Medical University and his MPH in epidemiology from Tehran Medical University – two of the top universities in Iran – his Master of Science in International Health from Harvard University, his doctoral degree on Health Policy from University at Albany, and his post graduate degree in International Human Rights Law from University of Oxford. Alden International Pediatric Association Foundation (IPAF) President USAPre-Congress Workshop Workshop 7 - Global Child Health Training Symposium Wednesday, August 17 | - Abstract Session Abstract 1Thursday, August 18 | - Room 205-207Plenary Plenary 7 - Mental Health: New Challenges Sunday, August 21 | - Ballroom A-BConcurrent Session C49 - Growth and Development of a Pediatric Organization Sunday, August 21 | - Room 220-222Meet the Expert Meet the Expert 22 - The Coming of Age for Pediatricians Monday, August 22 | - Room 202-204 Errol R. D., is current President of the International Pediatric Association Foundation (IPAF).
He was the Executive Director of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) until July 2015, an organization of 64,000 primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists, based in Elk Grove Village, IL. Alden completed his internship and residency at Madigan Army Medical Center and a fellowship in neonatology at the University of Washington, Seattle.
Dr Alden is certified in pediatrics and neonatology and has been recertified in pediatrics. Leadership Award in May 1997, the only award for leadership in medical education given by the entire pediatric community. P, San Luis Potosí, México Specialist in Paediatric Neurology: Centro Neurológico para Niños y Adolescentes (CENNA) Monterrey, N.