UW Leading $2.6 Million Effort To Improve Solar Power Plants
GHI Seed Grant Results: Child care, help at home could increase Malian women farmers’ productivity.
UW 2020: New VCRGE program to support early stage research
GHI grants support emergency medicine, women, palliative care and more
GHI programs associate Sweta Shrestha among those honored for engagement beyond campus borders for her work in Nepal.
Dr. Janis P. Tupesis, emergency medicine physician and current chair of the Graduate Medical Education (GME) Global Health Oversight Committee for UW Hospitals and Clinics, will be serving as the GHI-GME Liaison.
Global health students/projects among Wisconsin Idea Fellowship winners for 2015-16.
GHI Research Colloquium 2015 shows how GHI grants improve health in Wisconsin and beyond.
Call for pre-proposals for the Reilly Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment competition.
Deadlines near for new round of Global Health Institute grants to faculty, staff and students.
The Global Health Institute will award grants to faculty, staff and graduate students for work that advances global health research toward equitable and sustainable health for the world. Application information available now.
Influenza researcher Yoshihiro Kawaoka, a member of the GHI Advisory, wins a Popular Mechanics 2014 Breakthrough Award.
A Fulbright Scholar grant will take Dr. Jonathan Patz, director of the Global Health Institute (GHI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to Ethiopia to work on issues involving livable cities, climate change and health during the spring semester of his 2014-2015 sabbatical. He will spend the fall and winter in Geneva, Switzerland
A champion for children, environment and peace, Dr. Vinya Ariyaratne, who leads the largest grassroots development organization in Sri Lanka, visits the University of Wisconsin-Madison July 7-14 to teach, meet university and community colleagues and …
Read more about how GHI is assisting graduate students through our Research Awards.
Mango trees are making more than just an economic difference in Haiti.
UW-Madison students propose an award winning idea for innovation in agriculture!
Read more about the 2014 Compassion in Action International Health Leadership Award recipient, William Pennant.
With a new $200,000 grant from the National Cancer Center, Dr. James Cleary, director of the Pain and Policy Studies Group at the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, will collaborate with the African Palliative Care …
Check out this article on Dr. Cindy Haq!