Jeremy Keenan, MD, MPH
Dr. Keenan is an Assistant Professor in Ophthalmology at UCSF and an investigator with Proctor International Programs. He is interested in the epidemiology of major causes of blindness in the developing world, as well as the cost-effectiveness of treatments for these eye diseases. He is currently a member of Dr. Tom Lietman's team, assisting with clinical trials of mass azithromycin treatments for trachoma in Ethiopia. In addition, he is helping with a project to investigate telemedicine screening for CMV retinitis in Thailand.
Mike Seider, MD
Dr Seider is currently completing his three year residency training in clinical and surgical Ophthalmology at the University of California, San Francisco Department of Ophthalmology. He has a strong interest in international medical missions, and has traveled to Gujarat - India, San Cristobal - Dominican Republic and Managua - Nicaragua for medical missions during medical school. He believes that the best way to treat the most people is to pursue international research.
Sun Cotter, MPH
Ms Cotter supports trachoma research projects in Ethiopia and Niger. She discovered her passion for global health as a Peace Corps Health Volunteer in Uzbekistan. Her work experience includes projects in Armenia, Mali, Zambia, Kenya, Malaysia, and South Africa. Sun earned her MPH in International Health with a concentration on Reproductive Health at Tulane University and BA in Rhetoric & Media Studies and Art Studio from Willamette University.