A diverse group of four new members has joined UCGHI’s board of directors, offering an opportunity to further promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at the institute and across the UC system.
Students across the UC system and Charles R. Drew University share reflections on the six-month UCGHI program committed to planetary health and women’s health, gender and empowerment.
This month the tenth cohort of GloCal Health Fellows begins their year of research directed at finding answers to pressing global health issues.
UCGHI extends our warmest congratulations to Dr. Conrad on her retirement from the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
UCGHI is thrilled to congratulate Program Coordinator Linda Shin on her journey to medical school this month.
It is with great enthusiasm to announce Ndola Prata, MD, MSc, as the next UCGHI co-Director and Roshni Desai as the new Program Assistant.
According to a new study by scientists at the University of California, Irvine, climate change is altering the number of plants populating the region’s deserts and mountains.
Scholars from The Promise Institute for Human Rights, part of the UCLA School of Law, have played a large part in defining the new crime of ecocide, which could have significant implications for battling climate destruction.
UC San Francisco Memory and Aging Center (UCSF MAC) and Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI), in collaboration with the Alzheimer’s Association explore key concepts of dementia and brain health equity through the lenses of neuroscience and jazz.
At UC Santa Cruz’s ecological aquaculture lab, researchers are working with rainbow trout to test new sustainable fish feed formulas developed using alternative ingredients.
“My understanding of race and racism was set in place…It was more about, how are other people understanding race and racism and how can I help educate and be a part of adjusting, or even just re-imagining and de-colonizing minds around how race and racism is implemented in today’s society.”
UCGHI launched its first UCGHI Incubator Awards program, a competitive planning grants program designed to stimulate multi-campus and multidisciplinary teams that also include local and international partners to propose innovative strategies for addressing significant global health challenges. Meet our grant recipients!