Emory University, founded in Atlanta in 1836 is a leading research institution, recognized internationally for a variety of programs including their handwashing investigations in their Rollins School of Public Health. Dr. Christine Moe, director of the Emory Center for Global Safe Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene at Rollins has earned the unofficial title of Dr. Kno (Noro) for her extensive advances in understanding the transmission of Norovirus. Her knowledge, leadership, and passion has saved many lives in nursing homes and away-from-home group settings around the world.
Emory scholars and experts like Christine generate $689.1 million in research funding annually. Their partnering with the CDC is an awesome combination to drive a pattern of life-saving innovation.
Pengbo Liu, Lee-Ann Jaykus, Esther Wong, and Christine Moe., 2012, Persistence of Norwalk Virus, Male-specific Coliphage, and Escherichia coli on Stainless …