The Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine are pleased to accept applications for the new Post-doctoral Fellowship in Human and Planetary Health.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Stanford Global Health is participating in several activities to provide support to our partners and address challenges caused by the global pandemic. This includes a newsletter series that highlights COVID-19 in underserved communities around the world, participating in webinars and educational offerings related to COVID-19, and offering seed grant funding to innovative Stanford research teams addressing COVID-19 in Low-to-Middle-Income countries and underserved communities within the US.
We are in the midst of an unimaginable time where actions taken by political leadership in the US are a loss for America and the world. Americans are speaking out loudly against injustice and structural racism. We believe strongly in the rights for peaceful protest and we acknowledge the inextricable links with the coronavirus pandemic, which disproportionately affects African Americans and LatinX Americans.
Dear Global Health Colleagues, This COVID-19 newsletter comes on the heels of the 73rd World Health Assembly where Member States met virtually to discuss the health, economic and political aspects of COVID-19. The Assembly concluded with a shared global commitment to the COVID-19 response and Member States reaffirmed their commitment…