Ann is on YouTube! Check out the video below to see Ann’s Lessons from Haiti talk at TEDxIIT.
On October 1st, 14 residents in surgery, internal medicine and pediatrics started. As you can see, many of them are older general practitioners who weren’t able to attend residencies right after they graduated, and therefore weren’t specialized (even if they were practicing in specialized services). This is a thrilling moment…
The second edition of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture was published by Wiley this summer and Mirebalais University Hospital was included as one of the 55 case studies.
Mirebalais Hospital was recently profiled on designboom.com and inhabitat.com, showcasing the amazing array of solar panels that blanket the roof of the hospital and generate enough electricity to feed surplus back into the grid in an area known for frequent outages. Check out both post with photos and videos DesignBoom.com: world’s…
Ann recently gave a talk at the TEDx IIT conference, titled “Lessons from Haiti”, discussing the recently opened Mirebalais National Teaching Hospital project and practicing architecture in Haiti
The donor wall, honoring all those who helped make the Mirebalais Teaching Hospital a reality, was recently installed.
Ann will participate in the Chicago Council of Global Affairs: Next Generation Series presentation and discussion, Rethinking Disaster: Haiti and New Orleans.
Chicago Tribune follow-up article to Ann’s work in Haiti: Design for developing nations developing at IIT
I taught a studio class this past fall at Illinois Institute of Technology for a group of final year graduate students, designing a boarding school in Haiti.
I gave a lunch talk at the Chicago Architecture Foundation, discussing healthcare design in Haiti and the Mirebalais National Teaching Hospital.