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Los Alamos research fundamental to first efficacy study for mosaic HIV-1 preventive vaccine

December 8, 2017
International partners announced the first efficacy study for an investigational HIV-1-preventive “mosaic” vaccine.

$1.7 Million for climate-resilient agricultural research

December 8, 2017
This collaborative UC Davis study aims to produce a safe, reliable food supply for the world.

Malaria elimination in Asia Pacific could lead to large return on investment, new study shows

December 8, 2017
New research from UCSF reveals the estimated costs and benefits of eliminating malaria in the Asia Pacific region.

DACA students represent the students we want, the doctors we need

December 8, 2017
Two deans from UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine argue that ending the DACA program would have profound implications for our health care system.

Theater experience shapes this GloCal fellow’s medical career

December 7, 2017
Learn about Huan Vinh Dong's multidisciplinary approach to global health research and medicine. 

Funding opportunity available for campus-based violence prevention research

November 30, 2017
Women’s Health, Gender and Empowerment Center of Expertise seeks proposals for global seed grants.

UCSF Department of Emergency Medicine designated as a WHO collaborating centre for emergency and trauma care

November 30, 2017
UCSF becomes the first WHO emergency medicine collaborating center in the US, and one of only two in the world.

Hydraulically fractured wells threaten groundwater systems

November 30, 2017
UC Santa Barbara researchers demonstrate that about half of hydraulically fractured wells exist within 2 to 3 kilometers of domestic groundwater systems.

Medical schools partner to help undeserved communities

November 30, 2017
UC Riverside School of Medicine, University of Southern Queensland formally agree to collaborate on research to promote innovative use of information and communications technology to help underserved communities.

The social cost of carbon doubles

November 30, 2017
The social cost of carbon represents the damage carbon dioxide has to society and the economy, including agricultural productivity and human health.

Women’s Health, Gender and Empowerment Center of Expertise publishes special issue in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth

November 15, 2017
The relationship between women’s empowerment and pregnancy and childbirth is the topic of a special issue of the peer-reviewed journal BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth published November 8, 2017.

Imagining environmental justice

November 15, 2017
In a new book, UC Santa Barbara sociologist David Pellow explores the interconnected nature of humans, nonhumans and ecosystems.

UCSF and partners in Mexico study treatment to prevent diabetes

November 15, 2017
A medication shown to delay the onset of type 2 diabetes in people with prediabetes could make a big difference in Mexico, California and globally. 

Making mosquitoes self-destruct

November 15, 2017
UC Riverside researchers are generating genetically engineered insects to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

Prestigious fellowship furthers grad student’s asthma research

November 15, 2017
UC Merced’s first Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholar will work to improve health in California's central valley. 

Measuring stress and child development in Mexican-origin families

November 15, 2017
A groundbreaking UC Davis study of families of Mexican origin will assess how stress and discrimination affect parent-child interactions.

Human health as a cost benefit

November 8, 2017
Human ecologist David Cleveland of UC Santa Barbara presents a case for thinking in broader terms when estimating the cost of greenhouse gas emission mitigation programs.

UCSF announces the Institute for Global Health Sciences

November 8, 2017
To better address emerging global health problems, UCSF Global Health Sciences has been designated the Institute for Global Health Sciences.

Scientists identify hotspots of coastal risks in Latin America and the Caribbean

November 8, 2017
500,000 people are at high risk from coastal hazards, according to a new study by researchers at UC Santa Cruz.

Global Poverty and Practice alumni reflect on post-grad life

November 8, 2017
A group of Global Poverty and Practice Minor program alumni gathered at UC Berkeley to share their experiences after graduation.

Preventing gender-based workplace discrimination and sexual harassment

November 8, 2017
Research from the WORLD Policy Analysis Center at UCLA found that more than a third of countries do not have laws against sexual harassment in the workplace. 

Save the date for UC Global Health Day 2018

November 1, 2017
UCGHI's sixth annual UC Global Health Day conference has been announced. 

Online courses prep those in line to aid global health

November 1, 2017
Online courses – launched this fall by the UC Global Health Institute and the university’s Innovative Learning Technology Initiative – offer undergraduates throughout UC opportunities to explore a discipline that is growing in popularity.

Data-rich, low-cost technologies help disarm diseases globally

October 26, 2017
UC faculty and students develop innovative global health tools made possible by today's technology.

Global Health Group celebrates 10 years of impact

October 25, 2017
UCSF's Global Health Group reflects on a decade of work to eliminate Malaria and other accomplishments. 

Persist 2017 conference aims to inspire women to get politically active

October 25, 2017
UC Riverside's upcoming conference supports the political and social empowerment of women.

UCLA offers new Global Health certificate

October 25, 2017
This certificate program provides broad-based knowledge of global health and can serve as a valuable qualification and differentiator in an increasingly competitive job market.

From wildlife to humans with the PREDICT project

October 25, 2017
UC Davis One Health Institute Director Tracey Goldstein discusses the PREDICT Project and its findings thus far.

Put people over profits, says Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus

October 18, 2017
Addressing the Blum Center at UC Santa Cruz, Muhammad Yunus discussed his vision for an alternative economic system that brings people around the world out of poverty.

Abortion restrictions like those in Ohio disproportionately impact low-income women and their health

October 18, 2017
Women's Health, Gender and Empowerment COE associate director Ushma Upadhyay discusses abortion policy in Ohio.

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