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Wednesday, March 20, 2024
Join us for a virtual session to learn about the Master of Science in Global Health program!
The University of Notre Dame's Master of Science in Global Health (MSGH) program enables students to bridge classroom training with complex, real health needs of low-resource communities around the world through hands-on experience.…
Friday, March 22, 2024
Melnyk will share insights on how investigators can strategically design their research to effectively partner with healthcare systems for research innovation and translation. Drawing from her groundbreaking work in pediatric mental health research, Melnyk will illustrate practical strategies for shortening the time it takes to integrate research innovations into systems of care.…
February 12, 2024
St. Joseph County is getting ready to spend $3.3 million in new state money this year, funding that aims to boost Indiana’s dismal health statistics.
Notre Dame’s Eck Institute for Global Health is proposing pop-up pregnancy and family villages. One would be on South Bend’s west side and the other would be somewhere in Mishawaka, in August and September.
The New York Times
September 29, 2023
By Stephanie Nolen
"Such largess is unusual — and not a sustainable pathway for vector control research," said John Grieco, a professor of biological sciences at the University of Notre Dame who coordinates the multicountry spatial repellent trial, which is also running in countries including Mali and Sri Lanka. The spatial repellents and most other new tools are commodities: items that have to be bought, then bought again six months or a year later. The protection they offer is temporary, as is the funding that allows for their purchase.
September 20, 2023
Bangladesh has slashed its malaria numbers dramatically. But the parasite that causes the disease has a history of fighting back — and it seems it's doing so once again.