U-M faculty can discuss attack on Congolese physician Denis Mukwege
ANN ARBOR—Several faculty at the University of Michigan have worked closely with Dr. Denis Mukwege and can discuss the recent attack on the Congolese physician, well known for his work treating survivors of sexual violence in his central African nation.
Timothy R.B. Johnson, professor and chair of obstetrics and gynecology, has co-authored an article with Mukwege. Johnson’s interests include international health issues, especially in Africa. He is an honorary fellow of the West African College of Surgeons and honorary fellow of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons.
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Janis Miller, research associate professor in obstetrics and gynecology, has been working with Mukwege to launch a research hub in Congo for the improvement of the lives
of women and children.
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Jane Hassinger, lecturer in women’s studies and psychology, has worked with Mukwege to develop mental health services at community clinics that focus on trauma. Her interests include the effects of abuse and trauma on coping strategies.
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John Godfrey, assistant dean of international education, can discuss the 2010 decision to award
Mukwege the Wallenberg Medal, the university’s highest honor.
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