GHI Advisory Committee member and epidemiologist Ajay Sethi has done more than 300 media interviews to explain COVID-19 and its consequences.
Q&A: Air quality scientist Dr. Tracey Holloway keeps her eyes on the future
GHI Advisory Committee Member and Nelson Institute professor Tracey Holloway shares about her air quality work on campus and affiliation with Science Moms.
Peace Corps Breakfast: Global Issues of Environment, Health & Community
Join the UW-Madison Global Health Institute and Peace Corps at UW-Madison Wednesday, September 29 from 8:00-10:00 a.m. for Peace Corps Breakfast: Global Issues of Environment, Health & Community. The seminar features Returning Peace Corps Volunteers …
EPA Report Shows Disproportionate Impacts of Climate Change on Socially Vulnerable Populations in the United States
New EPA report highlights disproportionate impact of climate change on marginalized communities in the U.S., such as heat waves and flooding.
Fall 2021-2022 Global Health Tuesdays begin September 28
Watch for the spring Global Health Tuesday webinars, which begin January 25. Check out the videos from the fall series here.
GHI Associate Director James Conway joins WTMJ Radio
GHI Associate Director James Conway joins WTMJ Radio to discuss future COVID-19 vaccine boosters for select, high-risk population.
COVID-19 booster shot plan raises hope and questions, UW experts say
GHI Associate Director James Conway, Advisory Committee Member Ajay Sethi and Nasia Safdar of the School of Medicine and Public Health weigh in on COVID-19 vaccine boosters amid recent spike in cases.
The Climate Emergency is Now
GHI Director Jonathan Patz speaks with WORT 89.9 FM on what the recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report means and the importance of taking action.
Global Warming Is Happening More Rapidly. Wisconsin Is Already Feeling It.
GHI Director Jonathan Patz discusses extreme heat and global warming trends, predictions amid release of IPCC report on climate change.
A third of white-tailed deer tested in a survey were exposed to the coronavirus
GHI Advisory Committee Member Tony Goldberg discusses cross-species coronavirus transmission, implications and more.
Study shows virus abundant in COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin, even among fully vaccinated
Some vaccinated people infected with COVID-19 in Wisconsin in June and July had just as much virus in their nasal passages as newly infected unvaccinated people, according to a new study published Saturday ahead of …
What you need to know about the CDC’s new mask guidelines
GHI Advisory Committee Member Ajay Sethi discusses new CDC mask guidelines, who’s affected by these changes and more.
A basic primer on the delta coronavirus variant
GHI Advisory Committee Member Ajay Sethi speaks with WORT 89.9FM Madison radio to discuss potential risks of new delta coronavirus variant.
Restoring mangroves in Puerto Rico supports human health and well-being
With a new coastal resilience grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), the University of Puerto Rico at Aguadilla will work with the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture (DPLA) …
UW Health: Guidance on COVID-19 vaccine boosters is a ways away
GHI Associate Director James Conway shares insight on COVID-19 booster shots.
‘It’s Science Fiction Until it Isn’t.’ UW-Madison Joins Global Institute To Help Prepare For, Prevent Future Pandemics
UW-Madison joins an international effort to create a pandemic prevention institute to help researchers, public health officials and governments respond to future pandemics.
UW-Madison navigates COVID-19 transitions together
As campus looks to reunite this fall, GHI Advisory Committee Member Ajay Sethi offers some peace of mind in new video.
Even Wisconsin’s health experts aren’t always sure when to wear a mask. We asked five how they decide.
Find out how health experts, including GHI Associate Director James Conway, decide when to mask up amid rising vaccinations.
How Can We Prevent the Next Zoonotic Disease Outbreak?
GHI Advisory Committee Member Tony Goldberg discusses threat of future zoonotic disease outbreaks, current pandemic and more.
UW program to provide up to $2 million in funding to support Black mothers, infants
The Wisconsin Partnership Program at the UW School of Medicine and Public will provide up to $2 million to improve Black maternal and infant health.