Josh Ruxin

Professor of Public Health, Columbia University

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Assistant Professor of Public Health at Columbia University and Founder-Director of its Rwanda-based Access Project to Fight AIDS, which helps African countries develop and implement public health programs; director of the Millennium Villages Project in Rwanda

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