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CIGH sponsored CME course for
International Humanitarian Surgery Skills

From February 2-3, 2013, Sherry Wren, MD led and organized this CME Course

Dr. Mahadevan received the 4th
Lifeline-AAEMI Award for EMS 2013

(EMCON 2013 Conference, November 2013, Wayanad, India)

Dr. Michele Barry leads a class at the
University of Zimbabwe
College of Health Sciences

Jay Nathan

1st Year Medical Student
in Pampanga, Philippines

Dr. Michele Barry
and Global Health resident
Laura Greisman present at the
ASTMH 2013 Annual Meeting

Johnson and Johnson
Global Health
Scholars Program

Gina Suh, MD in Bangladesh
as a Johnson & Johnson
Global Health
Scholar 2010-2011

Johnson & Johnson
Global Health Scholars
Program

Andy Copland, MD and Tomas Davee, MD in Uganda as Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholars 2010-2011

Outreach
through
Clinical Services

Paul Drain, MD, MPH visiting an orphanage
in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Building Capacity
through Teaching

Tom Nguyen, MD in Eritrea as
Johnson & Johnson Global Health
Scholar 2009-2010

Global Research
Collaborations

Brian Blackburn, MD in Central
Nigeria Nighttime Testing for
Malaria and Filariasis

From the CIGH Director
Photo of Michele Barry, MD, FACP
Dr. Michele Barry

Greetings to my Global Health Colleagues,

 

I hope you all had a wonderful fall quarter, holiday season and New Year. As we begin the new calendar year, and almost my fifth year, I’d like to provide you with some updates from the Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH) via this newsletter.

Education Updates

Beginning Wednesday, January 08, 2014, I will be co-moderating the Sanela Diana Jenkins International Human Rights Speaker Series: Health and Human Rights (LAW 723) with human rights scholar and Stanford Freeman Spogli Institute Fellow Helen Stacy. It will run on Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00pm, and is open to the public. You can read more about the course here.

Now in the fourth year of collaboration with the University of Colorado, the $10 million NIH-MEPI grant is an attempt to strengthen medical capacity in Zimbabwe’s primary medical school.

Read the rest of the Winter Newsletter»

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Johnson & Johnson Information Session

Please join us for the Johnson & Johnson Information Session on Monday, September 29 from 6-7:30 pm in Alway M-112. The Yale-Stanford/Johnson & Johnson Physician Scholars in International Health Program has been in operation since 2001, with the goals of expanding the existing residency training from leading U.S. hospitals and universities, and offering overseas opportunities to more experienced career physicians. Physicians-in-training who will have completed at least their internship year of residency training in accredited US programs in Internal Medicine, Primary Care, Family Medicine, Med/Peds, or Emergency Medicine by July 2015 are eligible to apply for the 2015-2016 program year. Those trained in Pediatrics and Preventive Medicine are eligible to apply for select sites only.

The information session will introduce you to the history of the Johnson & Johnson program, application process, and supported sites.

Steve Luby's Team Wins Charles C. Shepard Science Award

The Charles C. Shepard Science Award is presented to the best manuscript on original research published by a CDC or ATSDR scientist in a reputable, peer-reviewed journal. The purpose of the award is to recognize excellence in scientific achievement by CDC and ATSDR authors of outstanding scientific papers, and to honor the memory of Charles C. Shepard whose career was marked by the pursuit of scientific excellence. Steve Luby and his team won this award for their article, "Impact of Introduction of the Haemophilus influenzae Type b Conjugate Vaccine into Childhood Immunization on Meningitis in Bangladeshi Infants" published in July 2013 in the Journal of Pediatrics.

Global Health Medical Student Wins Travel Award to ASTMH Conference

Stanford Medical student, Nathan Lo, won a travel award to the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Heigene (ASTMH) Conference. In Novemer, he will present his work, "Cost-effectiveness of community-wide, integrated preventive chemotherapy for schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminthes". Congratulations!

Dr. Barry Speaks at the WSDM Center's Women's Health Forum

Watch this video clip to learn more about Dr. Barry's reflections on the inconvenient truths about global research on women.

Images and Video from May 1 Event Featuring Helene Gayle and Gro Brundtland

The Haas Center for Public Service, the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law and the Center for Innovation in Global Health presented a special event on Thursday, May 1, 2014 featuring CARE President and CEO, Helene Gayle and former Prime Minister of Norway and United Nations Special Envoy, Gro Brundtland. Dr. Michele Barry, director of the Center for Innovation in Global Health moderated the conversation.

Event partners included FACE AIDS, Organization for Global Health, Stanford Association for International Development, Stanford in Government, Stanford Journal of Public Health and the Stanford Vaccine Forum. For pictures and videos, please visit the CDDRL Flickr Album and CDDRL Youtube Channel.

Dr. Geoffrey Anguyo

In case you missed our brown bag lunch event with Ugandan physicain Dr. Geoffrey Anguyo, at which he discussed his work at the Kigonzi clinic, you can check out his presentation here, and the short videos he shared on our YouTube channel.

Global Health on YouTube video

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