About the Author
Jane N Zuckerman (UK), Gary Brunette (USA) and Peter Leggat (Australia) Jane Zuckerman, Academic Centre for Travel Medicine and Vaccines, WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference, Research and Training in Travel Medicine, University College London Medical School, University College London, UK.Dr Jane Zuckerman has a long history working in the travel health field and holds a number of key positions. Dr Jane Zuckerman is Director of the Academic Centre for Travel Medicine and Vaccines, a WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference, Research and Training in Travel Medicine. She holds the positions of Sub-Dean and Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant at University College London Medical School and the Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust, London. She is also the Medical Director of the Royal Free Travel Health Centre and the UCL Medical Student Occupational Health Centre.Dr Zuckerman is also a member of the World Health Organisation Advisory Panel for International Travel and Health, member of the World Health Organisation Guideline Committee for air-travel and tuberculosis and member of the World Health Organisation European Civil Aviation Review Group.She has published more than 200 publications including 100 peer-reviewed original research papers; invited reviews, editorials, books and chapters in books on all aspects of travel medicine; international health, hepatitis A and B vaccines, travel and other vaccines; immune responses and immunogenetics; epidemiology and the medical student elective period. She is Editor of two reference books: Principles & Practice of Travel Medicine, and Travellers' Vaccines - both published as 2nd Editions. She is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the peer-reviewed journal The Journal of Travel Medicine & Infectious Disease.Dr Zuckerman received the award of UK Hospital Doctor of the Year 2001 and the UK Hospital Doctor Innovation Award for 2001. She was also listed in 2001 by the British Medical Association as one of the 82 "Pioneers in Patient Care: NHS Consultants leading change".