COVID-19 shined a bright light on vast disparities in health and health care in Wisconsin and the world. For women. For people of color. For communities that have been marginalized and countries that have few resources.
Improving quality and access to health services, medicine, therapies and treatment in low-and middle-income countries—and striving to remedy disparities at home—have always been central to the mission of the UW-Madison Global Health Institute.
Global health calls for interdisciplinary collaboration: Training health care workers. Building residency programs. Giving women safe maternal and reproductive health choices. Ensuring children are immunized. Identifying and treating diseases in animals. Building capacity for health.
Together, with colleagues and communities across the world, UW-Madison faculty, staff, clinicians and students teach and learn. Consult and share resources. Collaboration leads to improved care for emergencies, cancer, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Together, we turn research into action to combat antimicrobial resistance and screen for new diseases. From Addis Ababa to Milwaukee to Medallín, we are nurturing a healthier world, where everyone has access to adequate care.
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Global HealthMay Global Health Tuesday to focus on women global health leadersWatch the full recording of our recent Global Health Tuesday: Women. Leadership and Global Health here on our Youtube channel. Join the UW-Madison Global Health Institute (GHI) for this month’s Global Health Tuesday: Women, Leadership …Read more…
Global HealthWork with GHI: Apply to be a Communications InternStudents interested in supporting communications, editorial and events at the Global Health Institute with demonstrated interest in life sciences communication, global health and journalism are encouraged to apply! Position starts immediately and will continue through …Read more…
2023 Global Health Symposium is April 4October 27, 2022Read GHI’s 2021-2022 Impact ReportOctober 17, 2022From The Guardian: Newly identified Langya virus tracked after China reports dozens of casesAugust 10, 2022Study Connects Climate Hazards to 58% of Infectious DiseasesAugust 8, 2022Wisconsin’s Covid Condition: Pediatric vaccination expands, omicron settles inJune 30, 2022More news »
Humand & Animal He Seed Grant Recipients
- Leonelo Bautista-2017
- Nasia Safdar-2017
- James Svenson-2016
- Janis Tupesis-2015
- James Cleary-2015
- Cynthia Anderson, Eliza Bennett, Cara King, et al.-2015
- Leonelo Bautista, Lina Vera, Alberto Palloni, et al.-2011
- Monica Grant, Away Sethi, James Conway-2011
- Ian Coxhead, Lia Fernald, Jenna Nobles, Alberto Palloni-2011