Eric Goralnick, MD, MS
Eric Goralnick, MD, MS serves as the Principal Investigator to the Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative, the Medical Director at Access and Network Development at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is responsible for system wide efforts to prepare, mitigate, respond, and recover from disasters in addition to coordination of all outside hospital transfers to the Brigham Health system. He is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is the faculty lead for the Harvard Medical School Civilian Military Collaborative , the Brigham and Women’s Center For Surgery and Public Health emergency medicine initiatives, an IHI faculty member and a US veteran.
A partnership between Ariadne Labs, UNHCR-The UN Refugee Agency, ELEMENT Productions, International Medical Corps and the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative launch new series of 26 online educational videos to empower all Ukrainians—the public, healthcare workers, medics, firefighters and law enforcement—with the critical skills to save lives.
A deep look into how the 13-month Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative spread ideas and built a global community.
Dr. Eric Goralnick featured on WBZ in Boston on his work at Brigham and Women’s Hospital to create training videos to treat trauma wounds in Ukraine.
Dr. Eric Goralnick in the New York Times on the return of mass vaccination sites.
In April 2021, just months after COVID-19 vaccines received emergency use authorization, Ariadne Labs and partners launched a major effort to get shots in arms – as many as possible, as quickly as possible. The founding premise of the Global Mass Vaccination Site Collaborative was that by exchanging information, techniques, and insights, those on the… Continue reading Ariadne Labs’ Global Mass Vaccination Collaborative: A Q&A with Eric Goralnick and Margaret Ben-Or