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In health research, local efforts have global benefit

Projects from UCSF and UC Riverside highlight the importance of borderless research in the pursuit for good global health. 

Global health research is about being adaptable and diligent and working together

Sunny Hwang, UCSF Institute for Global Health Sciences master’s student, reflects on her capstone research experience.

One Health education: where are we today?

The World Health Organization has encouraged the United States to build a more formal One Health strategy, UC Davis experts weigh in.

Crowdfunding site powers passion projects

UC Irvine medical students traveled across the globe to provide medical education, partially funded by fellow students, faculty, friends and community members.

Climate change is making it harder for couples to conceive

UCLA research finds warming temperatures have a negative effect on fertility, birth rates worldwide. 

Development Impact Lab conference speaks to future of engineering for poverty solutions

The Blum Center at UC Berkeley inspires the future of engineering as a solution to global health challenges.

Peering into Tb bacteria that attacks antibiotics

An international team of researchers including those from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has found a new way to investigate how tuberculosis bacteria inactivates an important family of antibiotics.

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