2023 Global Health Symposium is April 4

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.

2022 Global Health Symposium is April 19

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.

Researchers from across campus receive 2021 global health grants and awards

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 …

GHI 2019-2020 Impact Report charts progress on health challenges in Wisconsin and across the world

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.

Health-Oriented Transportation Innovation Scholars conclude program with unique case studies

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 …

Global Health Institute hosts webinar series on health equity in the wake of COVID-19

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.”