[ARCHIVED] Adherence & Retention
Global Health Nursing & Midwifery
Global Surgery & Anesthesia
HIV Treatment & Prevention
Malaria Treatment & Prevention
MDR-TB Treatment & Prevention
TB Infection Control
Applying systems dynamics to global health challenges:
Rafael Marañón, MIT’11, is a telecommunications engineer with experience in IT consulting, digital marketing and branding strategies. Prior to attending MIT, he worked for Mildmac Advanced Solutions as a product manager in Madrid, implementing dozens of projects in wireless and voice over IP based in open source for the public and private sector.
Early in his career, he served on web projects at the United Nations Headquarters in the Financing for Development Office, and also supported operations at ...