Nov '11:   Annals of Emergency Medicine, the leading Emergency Medicine journal in the world, highlights Dr. Donaldson's career.

Nov '11:   Fast Company magazine describes Dr. Donaldson's program in Haiti.

Sept '09:   The Seattle Times discusses global health lessons learned on the front lines.

May '09: asks Dr. Donaldson seven questions about his life and memoir.

Feb '09:   The International Medical Corps features Ross' current work in Iraq.

Sept '08:   Ross is awarded Emory University's Arts & Sciences Young Alumni Service Award for his humanitarian work, one of the college's four highest honors.

August '08:   An article picked up by Reuters, Marketwatch, the Palo Alto Daily News, and other media outlets, describes some of Ross' work in Iraq.


May '09:   New York Times  "[The Lassa Ward] effortlessly transmits both the facts and the fascination of a bad infectious outbreak...[a] portrait of contagion at the highest possible magnification."

May '09:   Library Journal  "Required reading for all medical students and anyone looking for a little armchair medical adventure."

May '09:   BookBrowse  "A potent mix of travel memoir, coming-of-age narrative and medical mystery."

April '09:   Booklist  "An account sure to attract well-deserved attention."

April '09:   Kirkus Reviews  "A rewarding memoir."

April '09:   Publishers Weekly  (Starred Review) " irresistible tale of discovery, courage and kindness."

April '09:   Joseph E. Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Laureate in Economics 
"A touching and compelling account. The Lassa Ward brings to life the challenges and rewards that dedicated development workers face daily around the world."

April '09:   Laurie Garrett, Pulitzer Prize Winner 
"Donaldson started out as an earnest, well-meaning American medical student, off on a great African adventure. He came of age in the middle of a raging epidemic, civil war and hideous poverty, discovering a humanity few Americans ever experience. Donaldson has bared his soul, offering a lesson that should be required reading for every doctor-in-training."