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Former GHI Director Jonathan Patz discusses new study highlighting links between climate change and human disease.
DECEMBER 6: Global Health Tuesday: Take a look at GHI’s One Health Centers across the world and learn how international collaboration advances research, health equity and more.
GHI Board of Visitors member John Lange writes in Think Global Health that it’s time to finish the job of ending polio.
Dozens in China have contracted the virus that can cause fever, fatigue, cough, loss of appetite and muscle aches. It is believed to have spread from animals to humans.
Watch the video from the July 26 Global Health Tuesday on blacklegged ticks in the U.S.
Establishing a cohort of girls in Zimbabwe to examine how well the HPV vaccine works over time Assessing the health of sanctuary chimpanzees in Uganda and Republic of Congo by identifying the viruses in their …
With a case discovered in the U.S., concern grows about the spread of the monkeypox infection.
A new agreement between the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Colombian government opens opportunities for research and bilateral exchanges for students and researchers, says Jorge Osorio, the new director of the UW-Madison Global Health Institute …
Tony Goldberg, a member of the GHI Advisory Committee, knows that most human diseases, like COVID-19, don’t start — or end — with our species. These diseases are really a part of our whole ecosystem, and that includes the animals we interact with.
GHi Advisory Committee member Susan Paskewitz has watched the advance of ticks in Wisconsin.
The drugs behind the new pills to treat COVID-19 remain very effective against the omicron variant of the virus in lab tests, according to a new study. However, lab tests also showed that the available …
GHI Advisory Committee Member Ajay Sethi discusses research on new variant, importance of patience and more.
GHI Advisory Committee Member Tony Goldberg discusses ongoing research into deer as a reservoir for the SARS-CoV-2 virus and more.