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Global Health Global Advising: Opportunities in South Africa, USA, and the Hannah Graham Memorial Award

GLOBAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
Wednesday 1 November | 5-7PM | Center for Global Health, UVa Corner Building

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Join us to learn about interdisciplinary research opportunities in South Africa and South Dakota, which are eligible for funding by the CGH University Scholar Award, with UVa faculty mentors and peer leaders.

WHY DO WOMEN DIE? MATERNAL MORTALITY FROM NORTHERN UGANDA TO CHARLOTTESVILLE 2017 BEVERLY COBBLE RODRIGUEZ LECTURESHIP

 WHY DO WOMEN DIE? MATERNAL MORTALITY FROM NORTHERN UGANDA TO CHARLOTTESVILLE

Most deaths from childbirth are preventable. Yet a woman somewhere around the world dies from childbirth every minute. The solutions that are currently in place are proving to be ineffective on a global scale.

Join us as we unpack this global problem.
Why women of color are dying at alarming rates
The intersection of race, culture, and maternal health
The history of aid and humanitarian response
How community-based interventions save women’s lives

Global Health Research Advising: Rwanda

Please join us 5-7PM at CGH on the UVA corner to talk about research opportunities associated with the Center for Global Health University Scholar Award. Marcel Durieux, MD, Department of Anesthesiology, University of Virginia, will discuss multiple research opportunities 

The Center for Global Health supports interdisciplinary approaches to global health and we welcome scholar proposals for work conducted at global partner sites in Rwanda, Guatemala, South Africa and elsewhere.

Rwanda Research Topics Summer 2018

Global Health Journal Club

Global Health journal club will be Tuesday, September 12th at 6:30pm at The Center for Global Health (across the street from the White Spot, next door to OpenGrounds). Our second Journal club meeting will be hosted by Elise Watt and you will be discussing an interesting article concerning scientific breakthroughs in addiction in the context of the US public health opioid crisis (the link is provided below)As always, dinner will be provided (and free)! Come hungry and ready to discuss!

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