Nigel Crisp, a prominent leader and advocate of public health from the UK, will be giving a Regents’ Lecture on global health at UC Berkeley onFebruary 19, 2014. He is a member of the House of Lords, was previously Chief Executive of the National Health Service and a former Permanent Secretary of the UK Department

About The UC Berkeley Center for Global Public Health and UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism are excited to offer a new joint internship for a summer global health reporting project in 2014. A $6,000 stipend will be awarded to a UC Berkeley graduate student in journalism or public health to cover expenses involved in


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As a part of the Center for Global Public Health’s mission to provide experiential learning for Berkeley students interested in global public health, eight to ten graduate student fellowships in the amount of $3,000-$5,000 will be awarded to support international travel and research activities for 2-3 months. Research projects must take place at an approved

“The Labor Market for Health Workers in Africa: A new look at the Crisis ” – Monday, Dec 16, 2013 at 12:30 PM in J1-050 (World Bank, DC) CHAIR Punam Chuhan-Pole Lead Economist, Office of the Chief Economist, Africa Region, World Bank Ms. Chuhan-Pole is Lead Economist in the Office of the Chief Economist of


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Catch what you missed! The CGPH Annual Symposium, “The Future of Global Healthy Food: From Science to Policy”, took place on October 18, 2013. Photos and video clips from the event are available. The keynote speaker was the notable author of “Food Politics”, “What to Eat”, and the new “Eat, Drink, Vote”, Dr. Marion Nestle.

“Global Health: The Local Impact.” – RSVP Now Global health challenges could be right next door.  What happens on another continent could occur in North America? (Dengue Fever has recently shown up in Florida.) The Hayden Group hosts Dr. Eva Harris on November 21, 2013, sought-after speaker and Faculty Director of CGPH  and founder and president of the Sustainable

The 2014-2015 GHES application round is now open! The Global Health Equity Scholars (GHES) program offers a unique international experience for Junior Faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and advanced PhD and professional school students. It provides one-year research training fellowship opportunities in global health at top-ranked, NIH-funded centers abroad. The GHES program is one of five supported by the Global

Join CGPH Faculty Eva Harris, Lee Riley, Jason Corburn, and Kara Nelson as we present the CGPH Spring Symposium The Challenge of Slums: Global Health in the Urban Century, a follow-up to last year’s symposium Global Change and Global Health. Keynote speaker: Eliyah Zulu, PhD. Co-hosted by the Bixby Center; Venture Strategies for Health and

2009 Symposium

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On May 8, 2009 The Bixby Center co-sponsored cross-disciplinary symposium on Global Change and Global Health with Berkeley Alliance for Global Health and the Center for Global Metropolitan Studies.  The symposium focused on urban health challenges at the intersection of climate change, demographic shifts and economic globalization. Both within and beyond UC Berkeley, there is