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Genomics, Disease Ecology, and Global Health

Master of Science in Global Health

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The Master of Science in Global Health program provides science-centric training involving laboratory research, survey research, and mathematical modeling in the emerging field of global health. The program enables students to make connections between classroom training in global health topics and the real health needs of resource-poor populations around the world through hands-on experience. Science is understood in the context of its promise to improve the health of those people who are disproportionately affected by preventable diseases.

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Second largest research award at Notre Dame fights malaria and dengue fever

University of Notre Dame biologists Nicole Achee and Neil Lobo are leaders of an international $23 million research grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ...


Global Health students take new mHealth class

While going mobile is a trend we are all following, the University of Notre Dame’s Master of Science in Global Health curriculum includes a new class on mobile health. Facilitated by Nick Martin of TechChange: The Institute for Technology and Social Change, seven students have enrolled in the virtual class for the Spring 2014 semester ...