Patricia Davidson, Dean of SON: This Congress is Undivided on Violence Against Women
The lives and freedom of women and girls across the globe have suffered attacks both subtle and horrific, political and personal, in peace and in war. There are victimizations that we in this nation could not imagine, others we know all too well, as in the recent Stanford University rape case.
World Health Organization global statistics show that 1 in 3...
WHO: New data initiative helps Morocco lift lid on country’s risk factors for noncommunicable diseases
Rabat’s winding streets have long witnessed the bustling of shoppers, merchants and people from many walks of life.
Joining the crowds soon will be specially trained health sector sleuths. They will be knocking on doors in this coastal city and throughout Morocco in teams of 4, armed with electronic tablets, asking household residents for signs of the main risk factors of noncommunicable diseases...
The CGH Evaluates its Student Training Programs
From 2014-2015 the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health (CGH) worked with student researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to evaluate its flagship student program, the Global Health Established Field Placements (GHEFP). The GHEFP program matches Hopkins students with Hopkins global health researchers and provides travel grants in order to support student...
Center for Global Health Director Nationally Recognized as Leading Figure in Global Health Research
In March 2016, Dr. Thomas Quinn received two distinguished awards for his over 35 years of research and leadership in the field of global public health: he was promoted as NIH Distinguished Researcher and awarded the 2016 Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) Distinguished Leadership Award in Global Health.
As a Senior Investigator in the International AIDS Research Laboratory at NIAID and a Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins Medical...
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