Terrie Taylor, an MSU University Distinguished Professor of internal medicine and an osteopathic physician, works in Malawi six months a year, leading anti-malari efforts.
  Taylor smiles at a baby at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre, Malawi, Africa.
  Karl Seydel and colleague Terrie Taylor with a patient in Malawi, where MSU has been helping people with malaria for 25 years. Photo by Jim Peck.
  Taylor performs daily rounds in the Malaria Project Ward in Blantyre, Malawi, Africa.
 The Mercy James Centre for Paediatrics, where we have use of several beds for our clinical research. Photo by John Robert Williams.
 The "Remy Ramp," named after a colleague who helped design and build it, is used to get patients from the ward to the Mercy James Centre.
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