Fundraising for Nepal Earthquake Victims

On April 25, Nepal was hit by a 7.9 magnitude earthquake killing thousands of people with experts predicting the final toll to surpass 10,000. Millions have been affected, immediately and in the aftermath as disease and shortages spread. It will...

Notre Dame Student Wins Science Award

Matthew Eng, a doctoral student in the laboratory of University of Notre Dame’s Professor of Biological Sciences David Severson and Director of the Eck Institute for Global Health, is the recipient of a Grants-in-aid-of-research (GIAR) given by the Sigma Xi Research...

Good News for the Notre Dame Family in Liberia

Members of the ND Unite to Fight Ebola team on campus were notified over the weekend that the shipping container they raised funds for last fall arrived at long last in Liberia ...

Notre Dame Magazine Features EIGH Fellow

Geoffrey Siwo, PhD, who was a member of the Eck Institute for Global Health in the laboratory of Notre Dame Professor Michael Ferdig, PhD, and whose research was supported during his EIGH Fellowship, is featured in the fall issue of...

Local partnership has global impact

A gift from Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) to the University of Notre Dame’s Eck Institute for Global Health (EIGH) has been supporting a Global Health Research Associate (GHRA) in Haiti for the past year ...

ACGH Membership Perspectives

This month, we checked in with two members of the subgroup ASTMH Committee on Global Health (ACGH) to learn more about what draws them to the Society and to gain their perspective on some of the big issues in tropical...

Notre Dame Researcher Wins Travel Award

Keshava Mysore has been selected for a Postdoctoral Travel Award from the Society for Developmental Biology (SBD).  He will present his paper, role of semaphorin-1a in the developing visual system of the disease vector mosquito Aedes aegypti, at the 73rd Annual...