July 10, 17 and 24: YALI Tuesdays give Young African Scholars a chance to share their work to ensure health for all.
Researchers hope this information will help them learn more about where and when people encounter ticks, with the ultimate goal of discovering how to limit people’s exposure to tick-borne illnesses like Lyme disease.
In second year, UniverCity has students, faculty seeking solutions to Dane County problems
Wisconsin State Farmer: GHI Advisory Committee member Susan Paskewitz points to importance of weather, moisture in determining Wisconsin’s Lyme disease forecast
WisContext: Discovery of CWD prions in soil adds piece to deer disease puzzle
GHI Director Jonathan Patz explains why climate change is the most important public health challenge
June 25: Neurosurgery in the Amazon Rainforest—Providing Voice and Care for Newly-Contacted Communities
When: Thursday May 3rd, 2018, 5:00pm Where: Mendota Room, Dejope Hall The 2018 Global Health Certificate Graduation Celebration will honor and recognize graduating students who have earned an Undergraduate Certificate or a Graduate | Professional …
CDC Podcasts: Tony Goldberg Talks Deadly Respiratory Disease in Wild Chimpanzees
Professor Susan Paskewitz will be the keynote speaker for the 14th annual Global Health Symposium: Advancing Health in Uncertain Times. The symposium begins at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Paskewitz is professor and chair …
For Teresa Caya, who earned her Graduate•Professional Certificate in Global Health while completing her medical degree, the certificate was a way to plan and carry out an infectious disease global health project in Nicaragua. …
UW Emergency Physician Janis Tupesis helps create online global health course for medical students/residents.
GHI is hiring for two student positions: a general/education intern and a communications intern.
Join the UW-Madison global health community Tuesday, April 10, at Union South for the Global Health Symposium: Advancing Health in Uncertain Times.
What do you believe in? Howard Frumkin, a leading voice on environment and health, believes we must save the world to save ourselves.
Sheri Johnson talks priorities as new UW Population Health Institute Leader
UW biomedical engineering researchers bringing cheap and accurate tuberculosis tests to Africa
National Geographic: UW Professor Tony Goldberg quoted in “Bloodsucking Ticks Make Cement to Attach to Your Skin”
Brossard Appointed to National Climate Communication Advisory Committee
Lake Michigan waterfowl botulism deaths linked to warm waters, algae