Read about the latest project updates from these community-academic partnerships.
Read about the Nov. 15 special event outlining the latest Local to Global Health partnership that is bringing home visits to pregnant women iin STL and Nigeria, who are at high risk of heart disease.
Read about one Global Health Center collaborators efforts to insure long-term HIV care in Zambia.
Apply now through July 20 to join the Global Health Student Advisory Committee!
Meet Mitrah Naseh, PhD, in the June 2023 Global Health Collaborator SPOTLIGHT!
Co-Director of the Global Health Center, Mark Huffman and a group of WUSTL researchers are collaborating to help lower the large rate of cardiovascular disease in Nigeria. Read how.
Read more about Anubha Agarwal, MD, our April Global Health Center collaborator in the Spotlight!
Read a perspective on the 9th Annual Global Health Conference by Global Health Student Advisory Committee Chair, Baffour Boaten Boahen-Boaten.
Join global health experts from around the globe, WashU faculty and students for the 9th annual Global Health Conference, March 30-31!
Meet Global Health Center collaborator and instructor in general medical sciences, Kevin Stephenson, MD.
Our Global Health Center says goodbye to its manager of 10 years, Jacaranda van Rheenen, PhD.
In partnership with McDonnell International Scholars Academy, the Global Health Center has awarded five projects with new Global Health Seed Funding.
Learn more about the work of Thomas Odeny, MD, in this Global Health collaborator spotlight.
The Global Health Center’s Early Stage Investigator’s meeting is open to any early investigator interested in or currently conducting global health research.
Learn more about the career path of one WashU faculty member passionate about global environmental health.
The Global Health Center at the Institute for Public Health has formed a new advisory board. Read more about this esteemed group of faculty.
Chair of the Global Health Center Student Advisory Committee profiles Professor Randall Martin and his focus on the environment and public health.
2022 Global Health Week featured information on using e-health in geographic areas in need of better access to health care.
Faculty Scholar and Global Health Center collaborator, Cindy Brantmeier recently addressed the United Nations Latin American Congress.
Read more about 2022 Global Health Week in this blog post about the fun and informative week of activities and collaboration.
Apply now for Global Health Seed Funding! The deadline is now Nov. 15. Read more about how to apply and receive additional funding for your project!
The Global Health Center and University partner, the McDonnel Academy, are joining forces to offer Global Health Seed Funding beginning Aug. 15 through Oct. 15.
WashU Pediatrician & Associate Professor, Ericka Hayes, MD, is leaving the University. The Global Health Center remembers her work and offers well wishes.
Meet Global Health Center collaborator, Zainab Mahmoud, who is working to lower rates of maternal morbidity in Nigeria.
Written by Jeanie Bryant, BSEd, BSAg, coordinator, Global Health Center The Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program – Public & Global Health Track hosted its inaugural alumni symposium on July 8, 2022. The event included a keynote address by long-time summer program mentor and Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar, Patricia Cavazos, PhD. Cavazos […]
Institute Faculty Scholar, Baozhou Sun along with WashU & global partners are bringing life-saving cancer treatment to underserved parts of the globe.
Written by Katie Crowder, administrative assistant, Global Health Center and Kim Furlow, communications manager for the Institute for Public Health The Women in Global Health – Midwest Chapter works year-round to achieve gender equality in Global Health by advocating for gender transformative leadership. We recently checked in with the chapter’s organizational team. As summer rounds […]
Written by Katie Crowder, administrative coordinator for the Global Health Center Jeanie Bryant has worked for Washington University’s Institute for Public Health for several years and as a beloved member of the staff, has been invited to transition into many different roles. She is set to retire in the very near future, so we sat […]
The Women in Global Health – Midwest Chapter, begun by WashU in 2018, continues to host stellar speakers and illuminate issues affecting women in global health.
Two faculty scholars receive a Gates Foundation award to support their fight against a devastating disease in Indonesia.
Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar Baozhou Sun and team are bringing modernized radiation therapy treatment to Uganda. Read about their most recent efforts.
Written by Kim Furlow, communications manager for the Institute for Public Health The Women in Global Health – Midwest Chapter and Global Health Center are excited to continue working towards gender equality in global health leadership by presenting global health experts on topics that resonate with its members and those interested in creating gender transformative […]
Students who work at the Global Health Center typically see an impact on their careers. Example? Bill Effah, MD
Written by Kaelan Smyser, WUSTL undergraduate and member of the Global Health Center Student Advisory Committee On Friday, March 11, trainees, faculty, and staff from Washington University in St. Louis and beyond, gathered to meet with global health experts including Ana María Arbeláez, MD, division chief of pediatric endocrinology, at the School of Medicine; Jessica […]
From WashU fellow to infectious disease clinician and policy maker, to co-chairing the Fast-Track Cities, St. Louis Initiative to end HIV/AIDS by 2030, Mati Hlatshwayo Davis, MD, MPH, left, knows about being a woman with a strong career trajectory in a male-dominated field. Now, as the new Director of Health for the City of St. […]
The Global Health Center is collaborating on a research project that will deploy advanced radiotherapy in low and middle-income countries.
The United Nations’ food regulatory body has made some recent changes to guidelines for fatty acid content in therapeutic foods, based on the work of an Institute for Public Health Faculty Scholar and a team of researchers at Washington University School of Medicine. The study, led by Faculty Scholar and the Helene B. Broberson Professor […]
Written by Kaelan Smyser, undergraduate student and member of the Global Health Center Student Advisory Committee at the Institute for Public Health Students, faculty and staff gathered at the 2021 Global Health Week at Washington University in St. Louis, to attend an interdisciplinary panel on the intersection of climate change, environmental racism and Covid-19. The […]
Written by Lindsey Kaufman, BA candidate in Anthropology: Global Health & Environment at Washington University in St. Louis and participant in the 2021 Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program The past two months have been an absolute whirlwind for starting and finishing research with a new team and project. However, with the Institute for […]
In this blog post, Summer Research Program- Public & Global Health Track student Devin Diggs discusses work on antimicrobial strategies to mitigate COVID-19 among K-12 students.
In this blog post by Summer Research Program, Public & Global Health Track student Kat Morgan, public health research on the African continent is discussed.
This blogpost written by Summer Research Program Public & Global Health Track student, Florianna Milazzo discusses the impact of listening to the communities in which we work.
This blog post by Summer Research Program student Mahija Ginjupalli outlines the Global Health Center’s Guatemala project benefitting cancer patients.
This blogpost written by Summer Research Program student, Rani Huo, discusses the importance of maintaining clear communication and listening with communities we serve.
Dr. Hiram Gay has the most downloaded article of 2020 in the journal Practical Radiation Oncology. Find out more in this blog.
This blogpost by Summer Research Program student, Lindsey Kaufman, outlines a presentation about the negatives of resistance to antibiotics.
This blogpost by Summer Research Program student, Sabir Khan, concerns the global burden of cardiovascular disease.
This blog post by Summer Research Program student Mahija Ginjupalli discusses the efforts to aid Rohingya refugees.
This blogpost by Summer Research Program student Sabir Khan, concerns the current state of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy.
This blogpost by Summer Research Program student, Natalie VanderNoot covers the impact of biomedical research.