Globally Committed to Health
Healthier students in New Haven
- Online networks have small effect on health quality
- Insulin levels and breast cancer survival linked
- Hospice saves money, reduces hospitalizations
- Unhealthy weight patterns during pregnancy identified
- Overweight women have heightened risk of STIs
- Regular exercise found to reduce cancer risk
- Method predicts risk of invasive breast cancer
- From clean water to HIV to the need for developing in-country research capacities, there is no shortage of global health issues on the horizon
- Stronger health systems - Cassie Toner, M.P.A., Program Associate for African Health, and Mary Bassett, M.D., M.P.H., Director of the African Health Initiative, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
- Water: A global health priority - Ariane Kirtley, M.P.H. '04, Founder and Executive Director of Amman Imman: Water is Life
- The critical need for research capacity - Roger I. Glass, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Fogarty International Center and Associate Director for International Research, National Institutes of Health
- Leveraging research investments - Lynn Garner, Ph.D., Trustee and President of the Donaghue Foundation
- Sustaining political commitment - Michael Kazatchkine, M.D., Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
- The continuing challenges of HIV/AIDS - Julie Driver, Program Manager of the Peace Corps Fellows/ USA Program
- A cleaner, healthier environment - Adrienne S. Ettinger, Sc.D., M.P.H., YSPH Assistant Professor in the division of Chronic Disease Epidemiology
A global health movement at Yale and beyond is working to build a healthier future for all.
Global health training at Yale is in high demand by students, and the programs are expanding to meet the interest.
A global view.
Ten examples of the diverse global health work and research under way at YSPH.
- Urban unease
- HIV unleashed
- A malaria misstep
- A new generation, and gender, of health professionals
- Healthy beginnings
- Air Analysis
- In-country answers
- Arsenic and old wells
- Korea's model
- Degrees of dengue
Team trials - Refugee children and YSPH student coaches bond on the soccer field.
- On cancer's trail - The cancer risks associated with a meat-heavy diet are explored by a recent graduate.
- Alumni News
- Challenge fund achieves goal
- Too much of a good thing?
- Biostatistic professor elected fellow of AAAS
- Ruger receives scholars award, named to IOM committees
- Regulatory Affairs Certificate available at YSPH
- Summer interns add to PARTNRS study
- Claus named to state expert genomics advisory panel
- School's doctoral program ranked among the top
- Liver cancer research under way with $7 million grant
- Downs Fellows present international research results
A research pioneer who opened doors for women in science
Looking to end the threat of African sleeping sickness