UW Emergency Physician Janis Tupesis helps create online global health course for medical students/residents.
The CDC has awarded $10 million to a consortium of Midwestern universities to establish a new research and training program to stem the spread of disease carried by vectors like ticks and mosquitoes.
James Ntambi’s field courses inspire students to careers in health and service.
Watch the video that shows how UW-Madison students are helping Wisconsin cities save money and tackle a host of projects.
The UW-Madison Global Health Institute invites you to share its stories from the past year.
“Tech will take over,” say YALI scholars who visited UW-Madison and use mobile apps to deliver better health care and information in rural Africa.
A GHI Seed Grant led to a new mobile app that gives emergency physicians the information they need when they need it.
GHI welcomed 40 students from seven area high schools for High School Global Health Day.
Differences faded when young African scholars and the UW-Madison counterparts sat down to talk about HIV/AIDS.
GHI associate director Tony Goldberg identifies new emerging disease in Wisconsin’s largemouth bass.
Fish, floods and diabetes under scrutiny with four new GHI Seed Grants.
GHI Assistant Scientist and Grant Writer Sarah Paige founded the Ebola Survivor Corps to empower survivors.
Donna Shalala, president of the Clinton Foundation and former University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor and Zimbabwe humanitarian Tererai Trent headline a public slate of speakers for the 2016 Summit on Women, Gender and Well-being, now …
UW-Madison has been awarded a UNESCO Chair on Gender, Well-being and a Culture of Peace, a first for the university in any area and a global platform for the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies and for the campus-wide 4W Initiative.
Girls’ health, open spaces, West Nile virus and cardiac care are among the topics University of Wisconsin-Madison investigators will explore with awards announced March 28, 2016, by the Global Health Institute (GHI). The Institute awarded …
Doctors Without Borders veteran and app developer is keynote speaker for 2016 Global Health Symposium.
University of Wisconsin medical students are placed in medically undeserved communities outside of Madison to address health challenges. The TRIUMPH program works in Milwaukee’s south side where obesity is a rising issue.
UniverCity Year mobilizes an army of students to boost urban sustainability with its first partner, the city of Monona, Wisconsin.
High School students explore global health
As he retires, Christopher Olsen leaves behind a legacy of global health leadership and education.