Derek M. Griffith, founder and director of the Center for Men’s Health Equity, co-authored this article published in The Lancet that urges global health organizations and funders to develop policies that use gender as a conceptual framework for health that applies to everyone.
The O’Neill Institute, the United Nations Development Programme, and the Global Network of People Living with HIV released a new report from the HIV Policy Lab. The report shows remarkable progress in decriminalization of consensual same-sex sex globally amid dangerous regression in some places.
This report published by the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University, in partnership with the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health and the University of Cape Town, discusses the development and deployment of vaccines, diagnostics, and treatments.
Sharon Abramowitz, research associate professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Georgetown University, co-authored this article published by PLOS Global Public Health on rapid qualitative methods of assessment and reporting tools for epidemic response.
The Global Health Institute is delighted to welcome Dr. Weijun Yu as its new senior research officer. In this interview, she shares what sparked her research interests and what she hopes to accomplish in her new role.
In an article published by the International Journal of Public Health, faculty and staff at Georgetown's Center for Global Health Practice and Impact discuss the implementation of an automated medication dispensing system (AMDS) in Eswatini to improve medication access.
In an article published by BMJ Global Health, Ming Ong, junior scientist at Georgetown University's Center for Global Health Science and Security, presents a framework identifying the barriers that impede global health innovation and hinder equitable access to health technologies.
Roxanne Mirabel-Beltran, assistant professor of professional nursing practice at Georgetown University School of Nursing, shares how her connections with Spanish-speaking women at laundromats broadened her research and influenced her plans to develop a health educational intervention.