Videos by and about the Global Health Institute can be found on several sites. These include videos of Global Health Tuesday presentations, the Global Health Symposiums and other events. All videos recorded at the Health Sciences Learning Center can be found in the Video Library of the School of Medicine and Public Health. The most recent videos are in the Global Health Institute Series; older videos are in the Global Health Category. GHI also hosts YouTube and Vimeo channels with videos recorded outside of HSLC. You’ll find the top and most recent videos below.
In podium and poster presentations, UW-Madison faculty, staff, students and colleagues shared their research, education and outreach projects to improve health and well-being in Wisconsin and across the world.
Mary Wilson, M.D. and expert on infectious diseases, emerging and vector-borne diseases and global health, delivered the keynote address focused on microbial ecology and the impact of antibiotics on people and the environment, as well as global use and short- and long-term ecosystem changes from biocides.
Michael Knipper, M.D. and adjunct professor of Medical History, Anthropology and Ethics at the Institute for the History of Medicine at the University Justus Liebig in Germany explored migrant health and rights during a Global Health Tuesday seminar.
Recent GHI Videos
In "A Human Right to Health: From Public Health to Constitutional Litigation," UW law professor Heinz Klug discussed health as a human right and the impacts of this approach to public health.
Associate GHI Director Chris Olsen, GHI Advisory Committee member Yoshihiro Kawaoka and Bernard Easterday, who is one of GHI's founders, discussed 100+ years of influenza research at UW-Madison.
This panel was part of GHI's 2018 Global Health Symposium on April 10, 2018. Huge thank you to our wonderful panelists Rachel Klos, Lina Elbadawi, Martha Maurer, Trisha Says Ranola and James Conway for sharing their knowledge and insights.
Erik Jennings Simões, M.D., works deep in the Amazon rainforest, where he founded
the first public service neurosurgery unit. For 18 years, he has operated on
patients with specific diseases contracted in the forest and accidents. This presentation was given at UW Madison in June.
Mapping Hot Spots: ‘One Health’ and the History of Infectious Disease Research in Kibale National Forest
GHI Associate Director Tony Goldberg and GHI Advisory Committee member Neil Kodesh were a part of designing a research project exploring emerging infectious diseases in Uganda.
This lecture was presented Feb. 2018, by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute. The keynote address was delivered by Howard Frumkin.
This panel was presented Feb. 2018, by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute. The panel responded to Howard Frumkin's keynote address on planetary health.
Donghoon Lee, a graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, discusses his research with Paul Block, 2016 GHI Seed Grant recipient. This grant was provided to facilitate investigation into flood prediction to support advanced disaster preparedness and predict public health risks. This presentation was delivered at UW-Madison in Nov. 2017.
2016 Seed Grant recipient Jessica Corman kicked of the 2017-18 GH Tuesday series, discussing her investigation of the impact of nutrient pollution and invasive species in Lake Victoria, with the aim of identifying local solutions to mitigate water quality challenges. This presentation was delivered at UW-Madison in Sept. 2017.
Susan Paskewitz is professor and chair of the Department of Entomology in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at The University of Wisconsin-Madison. There are three installments in this video series, in which Paskewitz answers important questions about her research as it relates to global health.
This certificate is designed to advance the knowledge and capabilities of traditional and non-traditional learners with interests in global health. Through the nine-credit program, students will be prepared to better address health challenges and disparities in a context of cultural diversity, both at home and abroad.
Global Health Tuesday: Quality Improvement — Collaborative Approaches to System Strengthening for Health and Well-being
Lori DiPrete Brown, GHI associate director for Education and Engagement, has spent decades collaborating to bring the principles of quality improvement to underserved communities and organizations to improve health and well-being for all. She advocates for a culture of quality and documentable progress. She is director of the annual GHI Quality Improvement Leadership Institute, and will share her experiences and insights from projects across the globe.