The concept of One Health creates a framework for thinking about educating the next generation of health professionals, says Christopher Olsen, acting director of the Global Health Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Friday, April …
Dr. Keith Martin, physician, former member of Canadian Parliament, activist, to address the Global Health Symposium 2015.
Submission deadline: February 16. Open to faculty, staff, students from all schools/colleges.
Deadlines near for new round of Global Health Institute grants to faculty, staff and students.
The Global Health Institute will award grants to faculty, staff and graduate students for work that advances global health research toward equitable and sustainable health for the world. Application information available now.
Christopher W. Olsen, acting director of the Global Health Institute, will discuss “MERS, Chikungunya and Ebola – Global Health Challenges Requiring an Integrated ‘One Health’ Approach” Sept. 12 at the first Global Hot Spots Lecture for 2014-2015.
EcoHealth, like GHI, calls for addressing climate change to benefit human, animal and ecosystem health.
A Fulbright Scholar grant will take Dr. Jonathan Patz, director of the Global Health Institute (GHI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to Ethiopia to work on issues involving livable cities, climate change and health during the spring semester of his 2014-2015 sabbatical. He will spend the fall and winter in Geneva, Switzerland
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