author, consultant, disease detective, wayfarer

One woman’s bold choice benefited millions of lives.

Cornelia E. Davis, MD, an African-American woman doctor, journeys to rural India in 1975 to help stamp out the last vestiges of smallpox on the planet. She would go on to work in twenty African and Asian countries in infectious diseases.


As a medical consultant I have worked in twenty countries in Africa and Asia on infectious diseases such as smallpox eradication, malaria, immunizations, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, yellow fever, and meningitis.

Adventure Travel has taken me to Tibet, Mongolia, and along The Silk Road. I particularly like “Places At the End of the Road.” Most recently in November 2019, I traveled to the remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.


THREE YEARS IN ETHIOPIA: HOW A CIVIL WAR AND EPIDEMICS LED ME TO MY DAUGHTER

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