Announcing Dr. Jean Anderson’s Retirement
On September 1 Dr. Jean Anderson will be retiring from her full-time faculty position in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics. The following was written by Andrew J. Satin, MD, FACOG, in an email announcing Dr. Anderson's retirement.
In the department’s history, spanning over 130 years, Jean is the second woman to be named as a University Professor. She is unanimously approved by the ABMF and the Board of...
Celebrating Global Health Day 2021
Each year, the Center for Global Health celebrates Global Health Day by sharing and informing global health knowledge, expertise and experiences with the Johns Hopkins local and international communities. Global Health Day 2021 took place virtually on May 6, 2021 and featured two keynote speakers, a virtual student poster session, student oral presentations, and an interactive "deep dive" into decolonizing global health. Global Health Day 2021 was anchored by powerful women speakers of...
2021 Global Health Established Field Placement Grant Winners Announced
The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health recently announced the winners of the 2021 Global Health Established Field Placement (GHEFP) Award. This year, twenty-seven students were awarded travel grants to support practicum or research work in 15 countries. The objective of the programs is to enhance the recruitment of students into global health research and practice careers by providing them the means to work with faculty mentors and international partners, and to travel...
CUGH 2021: March 12-14, 2021
Below is a list of presenters at the satellite sessions from Johns Hopkins
Monday March 8 20201 10am-1pm: SA21 - Strategies to Address Global Health Inequities, featuring Nalini Anand
Tuesday March 9 2021; 9am-12pm: SA20 - Creating exceptional women leaders: the missing links of mentorship and networking, featuring Dr Shabnum Sarfraz
Tuesday March 9 2021; 11am-2pm: SA32 - Closing the gap between knowledge and practice: implementation science priorities for...