Ebola Virus Information and Announcements

The IUPUI Office of International Affairs, in coordination with campus and Indiana University administrators, is closely monitoring information about the Ebola virus outbreak, including the CDC Travel Health Notices and the U.S. Department of State Travel Warnings.

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Travelers associated with IUPUI going to or coming from Ebola-affected countries should contact us for important policy information.

IU School of Nursing helps with Ebola outbreak

The IU School of Nursing has a long-standing relationship with the JFK Memorial Center in Monrovia, Liberia. Nursing faculty Chad Priest and Josh Mugele are co-directors of Indiana Universities Disaster Medicine Fellowship and recently advised the hospital on handling the outbreak.

Read more about the IU School of Nursing response and collaboration »

Learn about IU's history of collaboration with Liberia »

Get involved to support Ebola prevention and treatment

The Dr. Sam Brisbane Fund for Support of JFK Memorial Medical Center was established to raise funds to provide support for disaster risk reduction and response efforts at the JFK Memorial Medical Center in Monrovia, Liberia. The fund was established by a group of colleagues who have worked at JFK Memorial Medical Center through programs at Indiana University in honor of their friend and colleague, Dr. Sam Brisbane, who recently passed away from ebola virus disease.

Learn more about the Dr. Sam Brisbane Fund and donate »

For those interested in supporting relief efforts, also consider a donation to organization such as Doctors Without Borders, the CDC Foundation, Red Cross, Medical Teams International, and Samaritan's Purse.

IU alum back in Liberia responding

Tiawanlyn Gongloe, a graduate of the IU School of Public Health-Bloomington, lives in Monrovia, Liberia, and works for the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare as a member of the National Task Force, which was created to eliminate the Ebola virus from the country. Overwhelmed by the work involved in fighting the outbreak, which has led to more than 200 deaths in her country, she found time to answer some questions about her life in the midst of such tragedy.

Read Tiawanlyn's Blog »