Chelsea Toledo

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Chelsea Toledo, MA, is Associate Director of Communications & Development for the Neglected Tropical Diseases Support Center, a program of the Task Force for Global Health. Supported principally by grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USAID, and DFID, the Neglected Tropical Diseases Support Center serves as Secretariat for the Coalition for Operational Research on Neglected Tropical Diseases, or COR-NTD. Chelsea has a background in science writing and nonprofit public relations, and is currently a student at Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health, where she is pursuing a Master of Public Health degree in Prevention Science.  

How a Modest Investment is Supporting Homegrown Science in Benin and Beyond

28 Jan 2021

This content is a spotlight of the African Researchers' Small Grants Program. It was originally published on USAID's Medium blog.

The Importance of a Research Agenda for Female Genital Schistosomiasis

21 Nov 2019

For millions of women living on the African continent, two of the greatest health concerns – schistosomiasis and HIV – overlap.

What We Learned about COR-NTD 2017 from the Participant Survey

08 Feb 2018

400 participants. 28 breakout sessions. 14 innovations. 500 tweets. 5,000 engagements with the mobile app.

Wish you had COR-NTD at your fingertips? There’s an app for that.

20 Oct 2017

Summer has given way to fall, and – just like that! – it’s almost time for COR-NTD. Before you pack your bags for Baltimore, be sure to download the COR-NTD app.

Here’s why:

COR-NTD is "Going Green"!

COR-NTD Is Coming Together

12 Oct 2016

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter once said, “You can do what you have to do, and sometimes you can do it even better than you think you can.”