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Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health

News

an overview

Our convening and communications efforts connect global health findings to those who can use them. Read on for curated Stanford global health research and media coverage, Q&As with experts, event announcements and recaps as well as media resources.

for media contact, please reach out to:

Jamie Hansen,
CIGH Communications Manager
jmhansen@stanford.edu

Recent News

Topic / Subject

bidirectional parnterships

5 Questions with Dr. Nancy Ewen Wang

bidirectional partnerships

5 Questions with Amanda Marr Chung

Test Post

5 Questions with Global Health Faculty Fellow Dr. Piya Sorcar on scaling a global health innovation to 82 countries

Diversity of Leadership

Introducing WomenLift Health

In the Headlines

Malaria in the Amazon

Planetary Health

Wildfires and Health

Planetary Health

Ecology & Disease

Planetary Health

Plastics and Health

Past newsletters

Our quarterly themed newsletters address critical current issues in global and planetary health, showcasing the research and efforts of Stanford’s faculty, trainees, and global partners. We also send monthly roundups of events and opportunities and special messages on timely topics throughout the year.

Climate Change and Infectious Disease

This newsletter published in Feb. 2024 explores the impact of climate change on infectious disease – and what’s being done to mitigate the risk.

International Women’s Day Message

This special message from Dr. Barry recognized International Women’s Day and the importance of elevating women to improve health equity for all.

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Reasons to be Hopeful in 2024

At the end of 2023, we highlighted stories of progress that give us hope for the coming year.

Climate Change and Noncommunicable Diseases

This newsletter, published in October 2023, explored the connections between climate change and chronic diseases.

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