Join GHI and the Office of Global Health in the School of Medicine and Public Health on April 4 for the 2023 Global Health Symposium, “One Planet, One Health.” GHI Director Jorge Osorio will be the keynote speaker. A panel will explore the dimensions of One Health in their work, and posters from across campus will showcase global health projects.
Wisconsin alumnus Jorge Osorio, DVM, Ph.D., an international expert in epidemiology, virology and vaccines, has been named director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute (GHI). A professor of pathobiological sciences in the School …
April 19: The 2022 Global Health Symposium, “Making Connections: Health, Climate & Equity,” includes a keynote address from Jalonne White-Newsome on advancing climate justice, a panel that introduces the U.N. Sustainable Development goals, posters from across campus and a reception.
Application period is open for GHI Grants and Awards. Due date: January 24, 2022.
With its 2021 grants and awards, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute (GHI) again funds projects from across campus and across disciplines. From traditional knowledge to land use to cervical cancer, faculty, staff, clinicians …
Watch the videos from GHI’s 16th Global Health Symposium, “Fostering Resilience Through Indigenous Wisdom and Scientific Knowledge.” Find land acknowledgement resources as well.
In the 2019-2020 Impact Report, read how the GHI community has worked across disciplines and around the world to address today’s biggest health challenges, from COVID-19j to planetary health, advancing sustainable, equitable health for all.
From streetcars in Milwaukee and aging buses in Madison, to cleaner air and better bikes, the 2019-2020 Health-Oriented Transportation (HOT) Innovation Scholars brought local perspectives to international issues of transportation and health upon completion of …
AUGUST 20: Bringing together diverse voices from across the health spectrum, including researchers, care providers, population health experts and policy makers, GHI’s COVID & Equity webinar series continues with “Lessons from Abroad: From Ebola to COVID.”
The Giant Snorflaggle, resplendent in a fantastic top hat, wings to fly and a pointed tail, is on the job to help children understand the coronavirus pandemic. “Parents need to wash their hands. Kids need …
In a fast-moving response to COVID-19, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the League of Wisconsin Municipalities are joining forces to help slow the spread of the disease. And they need your help.
The Symposium has been postponed in a campus-wide decision to protect everyone’s safety during the coronavirus outbreak. Watch this page for further updates.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute (GHI) is pleased to announce the application period is open for its 2020 grants and awards. This competitive grant program is designed to support global health efforts of …
In little more than 25 hours, from 3:00 p.m., Friday, September 13, to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, September 14, colleagues from over 20 Midwest universities and organizations wrestled with how to improve global health programming for …
SEPTEMBER 13 and 14: Hosted by the Global Health Institute, the Midwest Universities for Global Health (MUGH) conference convenes for the first time at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Freshwater mussels are dying across the country, including Virginia and Wisconsin. A team, including UW-Madison, looks at whether infection could be the culprit.
Infectious disease expert Mary Wilson keynotes the 15th annual Global Health Symposium with “Bugs and Drugs: A Shifting Landscape.”
Epidemiologist Tony Goldberg investigated primate disease in Uganda – and found the common cold
GHI Director Jonathan Patz’s tackles climate change and health in a TEDxOshKosh talk.
GHI Associate Director Tony Goldberg searches for new diseases in rural Uganda, where the line between humans and animals is diminishing.