Sheri Fink, M.D., Ph.D. has worked with humanitarian agencies in the U.S., Balkans, the north Caucasus, Central and Southeast Asia, southern Africa and the Middle East, responding to emergencies including Hurricane Katrina and the December 2004 Asian earthquake and tsunami. Dr. Fink reports frequently on global health issues for BBC/PRIís THE WORLD, and her articles have appeared in mass media publications including the NEW YORK TIMES the WASHINGTON POST and DISCOVER as well as in scientific journals including JAMA, the American Journal of Public Health, and Health and Human Rights. Dr. Fink lectures frequently at universities on health and human rights and holds degrees from Stanford University School of Medicine (MD 1999, PhD 1998), and the University of Michigan (BS 1990).