The Innovation Prize is a $10,000 and a $5,000 cash prize that is awarded to the two best social enterprise pitches that are presented at the 2015 Global Health & Innovation Conference. All conference registrants -- both students and professionals, and both non-profit and for-profit...
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Volunteer Recap: Connecting Moms To Midwives In Timor-Leste (MPH student Gina Barnabee), NPR's Goats and Soda blog (Stories of life in a changing world), March 6
In 2013, Measles Killed more Kids than Car Accidents or AIDS (IHME study), The Washington Post, February 25
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Deadline: March 28
The Annual Course on Principles of STD and HIV Research was first held in 1993 with the aim of offering an intensive overview of the skills needed to pursue a research career in the field of STD. Since then, more than 1500 participants have attended. Each year, an average of 100...Deadline: April 1
CFAR announces the availability of funding to promote research experiences for individuals from groups that are underrepresented in research. CFAR is eligible to put forth candidates for an NIH funding opportunity entitled, “Research Supplements to Promote...Deadline: April 1
President Obama Addresses the 2014 Consortium of Universities for Global Health via Video
The 2014 CUGH conference brought together nearly 1,500 global health researchers, practitioners and students in Washington D.C., May 9-12 around the topic of Advancing Global Health in the Post-MDG Era. Attendees came from more than 50 countries, 208 universities, and 37% of attendees were students.
China Medical Board Picks UW Global Health
In a groundbreaking project for UW Global Health and China public health, four rising stars from premier Chinese universities are beginning MPH and PhD studies in September 2013 in the Department of Global Health. Separately, two outstanding faculty members from China will also come to UW as Faculty Scholars Winter 2014.
Department Selects 19 Graduate Students and Trainees to Receive Travel Awards
Starting June 2014 these exceptional students and trainees will travel to 10 different countries to work on wide variety of projects addressing issues such as childhood cancer, TB, and mental health. Read their bios and project goals here.