Global Health Symposium “One Planet, One Health” to be held April 4, co-hosted by GHI and the Office of Global Health in the School of Medicine and Public 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.
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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.
Former GHI Director Jonathan Patz is co-author on a new study that links climate hazards such as flooding, heat waves and drought to worsening disease in people.
GHI Associate Director James Conway discusses importance of pediatric vaccination amid elevated omicron transmission and more.
With GHI One Health Colombia, the Global Health Institute invites UW researchers to collaborate with colleagues and communities in Colombia for mutual benefit.
JUNE 21: Panelists from UW-Madison, UW Health, the University of Lagos, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, and the Wisconsin Hemp Alliance will join the webinar and launch of the new report, “Industrializing Hemp to Advance the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.”
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 …
The University of Wisconsin–Madison recognizes these extraordinary contributions of delivering over4 billion vaccines to people in 123 countries by awarding Krishna the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2011 and an honorary degree in 2022.
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 …
Watch the videos from the spring slate of Global Health Tuesday webinars.
Solving the biggest challenges facing humanity isn’t something academia, science or industry can do alone, says Jalonne White-Newsome, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Empowering a Green Environment and Economy, LLC. “The goal of research is …
GHi Advisory Committee member Susan Paskewitz has watched the advance of ticks in Wisconsin.
GHI Director Jonathan Patz looks at health opportunities from a low-carbon economy.
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.