Join ReSurge International and partners at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women for their special side event open to the public. This panel will focus on the gender-specific impacts of injuries and will discuss how stakeholders can work together to...
On October 13, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance and the Center for Global Health Innovation brought together premier global health advocacy organizations Global Health Council, Global Health Technologies Coalition, and Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria to update members on the US government’s global health budget, the impact of the pandemic on policy, new initiatives to spur innovation, and how to elevate equity in the global health agenda. Learn more.
Join the Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases (CEND) at UC Berkeley for their 14th Annual Symposium. CEND aims to strengthen connections between scientists working on infectious diseases of global health importance and the broader global health research, therapeutics development, and advocacy communities. The focus of the 14th Annual Symposium is Fundamental Mechanisms, Breakthrough Therapies and Beyond.
Join PHI’s Pacific ADA Center for the 2024 Americans with Disabilities Act Virtual Conference. Sessions will explore topics such as how to comply with the ADA, be more inclusive and provide higher quality services to people with disabilities. Participants will hear from a variety of experts in the field and enjoy opportunities to network with your peers.
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PATH and Stanford Digital Medic’s Advocacy Training for Community Health Workers Selected as One of Six Content Global Goods
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At the 2023 Consortium of Universities in Global Health (CUGH) meeting, two Bay Area Global Health Alliance members were honored for their extended commitment to the field of global health. Dr. Michele Barry, Stanford’s senior associate dean of global health, was given the Distinguished Leadership Award for her extraordinary contributions to global health. It is the highest honor given by CUGH. Michael Reid, assistant professor of medicine, UCSF, co-director of STRIPE, and director of the IGHS Center for Pandemic Preparedness and Response, was presented with the Thomas Hall-Nelson Sewankambo Mid-Career Leadership Award.
On October 13, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance and the Center for Global Health Innovation brought together premier global health advocacy organizations to update members on the US government’s global health budget, the impact of the pandemic on policy, new initiatives to spur innovation, and how to elevate equity in the global health agenda.