Queen Dube TEDMED talk "How a neonatal health innovator saves lives in Malawi"

Pediatrician Queen Dube is identifying challenges in neonatal care, developing and implementing new technology solutions at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH), the largest tertiary unit in Malawi, in collaboration with Rice University. Queen is a co-PI on NEST360, a multi-institutional initiative to halve neonatal mortality in Africa, which was selected as one of four finalists in the MacArthur Foundation’s $100 million grant competition, 100&Change.

Watch her talk on the TEDMED website