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http://sph.berkeley.edu/news-events/deans-speaker-series The UC Berkeley School of Public Health Dean’s Speaker Series is designed to bring distinguished experts to Berkeley and engage the community on a variety of current and important topics in the field of public health. Each talk will be followed by a wine and cheese reception. Events are held approximately once a month

Program for the Medical Humanities “Medicine and Violence” Conference

On July 11, 2017, UC Berkeley and UCSF co-hosted the joint symposium, Advancing science and policy to accelerate the global fight against Tuberculosis, bringing together many TB researchers, advocates, and policymakers from around the Bay Area. The symposium, held on the occasion of the first meeting of The Lancet Commission on Tuberculosis, brought together UC

  Date: Tuesday, July 11, 2017 Time: 1:00-3:30pm | Reception to follow Location: David Brower Center 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704 Free registration Speaker Bios Join us for an afternoon symposium on Bay Area efforts to advance the global fight against Tuberculosis. Featuring presentations and panel discussions from UC Berkeley and UCSF faculty researchers, and special guests,

On a sunny day in mid-May, fourteen teams from across the country convened at UC Berkeley to compete in the second annual Bay Area Global Health Innovation Challenge, hosted by San Francisco Bay Area universities and the HealthRoots Foundation for Global Health. The competition, launched last year at the 2016 Consortium of Universities for Global

On Saturday, May 20th, 2017, from 4:00 PM – 8:30 PM, San Francisco Bay Area universities and the HealthRoots Foundation for Global Health will come together to host the annual Bay Area Global Health Innovation Challenge. Hosted this year at the Li Ka Shing Center on the UC Berkeley campus, the annual event draws upon

On Thursday, March 23, 2017, UC Berkeley News published a story highlighting the work of two former Center for Global Public Health Fellows, Robert Snyder (2013 Fellow and current Program Manager) and Claire Boone (2016 Fellow), their faculty mentor and CGPH steering committee member Lee W. Riley, and several Brazilian colleagues from the Universidade Federal

By: Joanne Chan and Amie Zhangada The Chan Zuckerberg (CZ) Biohub Investigator Program has awarded $50 million to its first cohort of forty-seven scientists, engineers, and innovators from UC Berkeley, Stanford, and UCSF. An international panel of sixty scientists reviewed 700 applicants and selected 19 investigators from Stanford, 15 from UCSF, and 13 from UC

Seeking a graduate student for a practicum/internship in Sichuan Province, China, working with qPCR diagnostics for schistosomiasis. The student will build on the longstanding collaboration between Professor Robert Spear and former students with the Sichuan Institute of Parasitic Disease (SIPD) most recently addressing detection of Schistosoma japonicum in natural water bodies. The student will work

By: Robert E. Snyder, PhD, MPH Berkeley, CA, Jan 3, 2017 On Friday, January 6, 2017, the second annual Bay Area Global Health Innovation Challenge will open for submissions. The competition seeks to provide translational solutions to critical global health problems around the world, with a focus on low-income and low-resource countries. Students from any

By: Robert E. Snyder, PhD, MPH Berkeley, CA, Jan 3, 2017 For the first-time ever, the UC Berkeley School of Public Health will be offering an undergraduate summer minor in global public health. Enrollment opens in early February 2017 for this year’s summer program. The minor, designed to provide a summer opportunity for non-public health

Experts at UCSF and UC Berkeley are teaming up to evaluate an m-health intervention designed to improve healthcare and nutrition for mothers and babies in India, with a 2-year, $1.5 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Maternal child health interventions in India have improved significantly in recent years, with much credit given

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