The University of Notre Dame's Eck Institute for Global Health (EIGH) serves as a university-wide enterprise that recognizes health as a fundamental human right and works to promote research, training, and service to advance health standards and reduce health disparities for all. The EIGH brings together multidisciplinary teams to understand and address health challenges that disproportionately affect the poor and to train the next generation of global health leaders.
The Master of Science in Global Health program provides an engaging science-centric training in the context of global health. The program is a one-year, intensive training that includes two semesters of coursework and one semester of a field practicum.
In a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, scientists at the University of Notre Dame have discovered that the pathogen Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) releases RNA into infected cells.
Alex Perkins, Eck Family Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, and Sean Moore, research assistant professor of biological sciences, have been accepted to join the Vaccine Impact Modeling Consortium.
The Eck Institute for Global Health's Master of Science in Global Health program enables students to bridge classroom training in global health topics with complex real health needs of resource-poor populations around the world through hands-on experience.
The one-year program includes two semesters of coursework and one summer semester of a field practicum. To apply by the final deadline, please visit https://globalhealth.nd.edu/education-training/masters/…
The 2018 Paul P. Weinstein Memorial Lecture presented by the Eck Institute for Global Health will feature Stephanie James, PhD, Senior Vice President of Science at the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health.…