Global Health Faculty
Dr. Anthony Fauci, distinguished university professor in the School of Medicine’s Department of Medicine in the division of infectious diseases, discusses postviral illnesses such as long COVID and myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) with Emily Mendenhall, professor in…
Discover Outbreak Atlas, a New Book by Faculty and Staff from the Center for Global Health Science and Security
Professor and Director of the Center for Global Health Science and Security (CGHSS) Rebecca Katz and Junior Scientist at CGHSS Mackenzie Moore announce their new book, Outbreak Atlas, which aims to guide readers through the complexity of outbreak preparedness, response, and recovery.
The Center for Global Health Science and Security's Rebecca Katz and Matthew Boyce co-edited a new volume that uses detailed case studies to document and describe how cities located in high, middle, and low-income countries responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Michele Bratcher Goodwin, a leading health and constitutional law scholar, has joined the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law as co-faculty director. Goodwin is credited with helping to establish and shape the health law field.
The O'Neill Institute's Lawrence Gostin co-authored an article in the New England Journal of Medicine that explains that while there is value in understanding COVID-19’s origins, learning how we can improve our ability to manage future outbreaks is as critical.
Emily Mendenhall, professor in the Science, Technology and International Affairs Program in the School of Foreign Service, received a 2023 Guggenheim Fellowship, which is given to exceptional individuals making their mark in scholarship in their field.
For Foreign Affairs, Rebecca Katz, director of the Center for Global Health Science and Security, cowrites a piece summarizing the lessons drawn from COVID-19.
In the Washington Post, Lawerence Gostin, professor at Georgetown Law, comments on the current debate about whether the World Health Organization's Moscow office should be moved.
In an interview featured in the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Lawrence Gostin (O'Neill Institute) discusses solutions to COVID-19 vaccine hoarding and inequitable distribution, including an intellectual property waiver from the World Trade Organization.