Five UW-Madison Professors, including Jeanette Roberts, GHI Advisory Committee member, named AAAS Fellows
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute (GHI) is pleased to announce the application period is open for its 2018 grants and awards. This competitive grant program is designed to support global health efforts of …
UW-Madison Joins National Network to Combat Opioid Epidemic, Substance Abuse Disorders
University of Wisconsin National One Health Day Colloquium now accepting abstracts for flash talks
Office of the Provost now soliciting proposals for the 2018 Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment grant competition
Quitting coal: a health benefit equivalent to quitting tobacco, alcohol and fast-food: Jonathan Patz
Nursing student brings different perspective
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Respect Slow Change: Leaving a good legacy
Scientists growing concern about the Zika virus has many looking at the recent rise in temperatures in Latin America.
Record high temperatures will make it harder for health systems in Latin America to manage health epidemics like Zika.
Several academic departments and the Associated Students of Madison come together to help engage the 4W’s.
Assistant Scientist Jason Vargo leads new effort to connect city needs with university classes, putting Wisconsin Idea into action.
GHI Advisory Member Jorge Osorio, GHI Director Jonathan Patz and UW researcher Matthew Aliota discuss Zika in Discover magazine.
Experts are saying that increased temperatures are leading to a likely increase of the Zika virus.
GHI Special Advisor James Cleary writes in “The Lancet” that worldwide access to medical opioids for pain is still lacking.
The Washington Post explores the hidden environmental factors behind the spread of Zika and other devastating diseases.