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Building a TB-free world

Tuberculosis kills more than 1.6 million people a year worldwide, yet has flown largely under the global health radar – until now.

“Discovery” sparks movement to reduce impact of preterm birth in East Africa

This UCSF East Africa Preterm Birth Initiative program is aimed at defeating the stubborn global epidemic of preterm birth, the largest killer of children under five.

Sixth annual Climate Conference links science and justice

Ocean scientists and activists will discuss challenges and opportunities of climate change during UC Santa Cruz's free public panel April 11. 

Supercomputer simulations help combat tuberculosis (TB) granulomas

University of Michigan team uses the UC San Diego Comet and Stampede2 to create TB-formation models.

UC Merced Public Health undergraduate wins scholarship to conduct public health research overseas

Akhila Yechuri '18 will study the sociocultural barriers that slum-dwelling Muslim women in Hyderabad, India face in receiving adequate healthcare.

Bernadette Boden-Albala will lead UC Irvine's School of Population Health

Boden-Albala will oversee the development of the proposed school, building on the current Program in Public Health, Department of Epidemiology, and Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 

Oaxaca program tabbed as ‘Diversity Champion’

The Latinx Health Internship Program, a partnership between UC Davis Study Abroad and Child Health Family International, is “Diversity and Inclusion Champion” in international education for 2019.

Joshua Blumenstock: The knowns and unknowns of big data and poverty alleviation

UC Berkeley professor's approach could help open up major innovations in monitoring and mitigating the effects of natural disasters, health epidemics and migration patterns.

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