Find Johns Hopkins at CUGH
The 6th Annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) Conference is scheduled to begin this Thursday (March 26) and Johns Hopkins University will be there in full force. Check out the list of Hopkins presentations, workshops, and exhibitions and make sure to say "hello". You can also download the complete program here.Thursday, March 26th 11:00 AM
CS03 Social and Environmental Determinants of Health Moderator: Dean of Nursing, Patricia...
GEMS-Bangladesh completes first field visit
03/19/2015Interdisciplinary Innovations for Newborn Survival
In late 2014, the first three Global Established Multidisciplinary Sites or GEMS were launched, solidifying the Center's commitment to interdisciplinarity among both faculty and students at Johns Hopkins University. The GEMS team in Bangladesh aims to develop neonatal innovations for survival and is a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins schools of Medicine, Public Health, and Engineering.Meet the FacultyTeam...
Center for Global Health Alumni Pursue Careers in Global Health
This fall, the Center for Global Health surveyed our alumni to gain a sense of how our programs are facilitating and supporting careers in global health. We found that about 73% of our alumni are currently pursuing a career in global health. Of our alumni, 67% stated that their involvement with the Center influence their decision to pursue a career in global health. One past participant said,
Getting field experience significantly solidified my desire, interest, and capacity to...
Center Launches GEMS Program
As part of the Global Health Signature Initiative, within the Johns Hopkins Rising Campaign, the Center for Global Health (CGH) has launched three new premiere interdisciplinary training sites or GEMS (Global Established Multidisciplinary Sites) overseas. The aim of these sites is to bring together faculty and students across the Hopkins schools to solve global health problems. Each site is comprised of at least 3 faculty members and up to 5 students from different...
GHEFP 2015 Cycle Opens January 01!
The 6th cycle of the Global Health Established Field Placements (GHEFP) program opened on Janaury 01, 2015. This program provides $3,500 travel grants to Hopkins students looking to gain international experience under the mentorship of Hopkins faculty members and their overseas partners.
Since its inception in 2006, the GHEFP has funded more than 250 students to work in lower-middle-income countries around the globe. Last year, 65 students traveled to 29 countries; most...
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