International Activity Map

What You Will Learn

  • How to create an interactive map displaying locations where your organization's faculty work

Quick Steps

  1. Create an International Activity Map component
  2. Enter one or more OrgIDs to display different groups of faculty
  3. Insert the component onto a page as "International Activity Map" template
Yale School of Medicine faculty are involved in a multitude of international research projects and collaborations in every part of the world. You can use the International Activity map to display visually where your organization's faculty are at work across the globe.

Instructions

  1. In an appropriate folder in Building Blocks, click the Create tab and click the New Component button.
  2. Name the component, then choose the schema International Activity Map.
  3. Enter a title in the Title field.
  4. Enter a brief summary of your organization's international activity in the Description field (optional).
  5. In the OrgID(s) to display field, enter the organization IDs of groups of faculty whose activity you want to see mapped. Click the add button (green addition symbol) to add multiple organization IDs.
    • The organization IDs for organizations appear in the URL of the Details pages in the profile system. Example: "http://profile.yale.edu/organization/organization.asp?orgID=108789"
  6. In the Faculty Profile Component field, insert a faculty profile component that's used on a Faculty Profile page in the same structure group as the page where you'll insert the International Activity Map.
  7. Go into your Root folder and open the structure group and page for where you want to include your International Activity Map.
  8. Insert the "International Activity Map" component and select the "International Activity Map" template from the template dropdown list
  9. Save & Close, then publish this page. 

YSPH International Activity : Kenya

 

Serap Aksoy

Professor of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases)

Kikuyu, Kenya (2011)

Tsetse Transmitted African Trypanosomiasis
Tsetse transmitted Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) has re-emerged and poses a major public health crises in Sub Sahara. There are no vaccines and efficacious drugs for control of parasite infections in the mammalian host. In contrast, control of the vector insect tsetse populations can... 

Kikuyu, Kenya (2011)

Evidence Based Control Strategies of Sleeping Sickness Vectors
This Fogarty International Research Collaboration award (FIRCA) proposal is on tsetse fly population genetics in order to support the ongoing Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) control activities in East Africa. The parent grant (NIAID R01Al068932, 01/01/2008 to 12/31/2012) addresses the molecular... 

Kenya (2010)

Trypanosome, Tsetse
Tsetse Transmitted African Trypanosomiasis (Africa)

Kenya (2010)

Trypanosome, tsetse
Molecular Aspects of Tsetse and Trypanosome Transmission

Kenya (2010)

trypanosome, tsetse
New Strategies for African Trypanosomiasis Control

Kenya (2010)

Tsetse
Evolutionary Genetics of Tsetse and its Symbionts

Kenya (2010)

Tsetse, tryopanosomiasis
Tsetse Fecundity Reduction for Trypanosomiasis Control

Kenya (2010)

Sub-Saharan Africa
Tsetse - Trypanosome Interaction
 

Richard Bucala

Professor of Medicine (Rheumatology), of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases) and of Pathology and Residential College Associate Fellow in Faculty of Arts and Sciences

Kenya (2003)

Genetic epidemiology studies
Role of innate immunity in malaria infection
 

Paul Cleary

Anna M. R. Lauder Professor of Public Health (Health Policy) and Professor of Faculty of Arts and Sciences and of Sociology
Dean, Yale School of Public Health
Director, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA)

Kenya (1997)

Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS
The Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS (CIRA) supports innovative, interdisciplinary research that combines behavioral, social, and biomedical approaches, focused on the implementation of HIV prevention and treatment and the elimination of HIV disparities. CIRA facilitates HIV...