Author: Janka Pieper

Director of Communications, Office of International Relations

Researching Abroad in the Land of Chocolates and Cheese

Smitha Sarma Major: Biological Sciences Minor: Global Health, Psychology Location this summer: Lausanne, Switzerland       I have three weeks left in Switzerland and I can’t believe how time has flown by! I have learned so much during my time here, both about neuroscience and about living abroad on my own.  I’m so glad

New Northwestern Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) plans to double research activity of medical school

Interview with Rowland W Chang, MD/MPH Rowland W Chang, MD/MPH Senior Associate Dean for Public Health Director, Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) Professor in Preventive Medicine and Medicine-Rheumatology Feinberg School of Medicine Q: What is the new Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM)? A: The new Institute is a collaboration of nine centers,

The Importance of Approaching Global Health Issues from Multiple Perspectives

[Each refugee receives cooking implements, blankets & sleeping mats, jerry cans, tent roofing materials to construct a more permanent house, and a card which recognizes refugee status and provides access to medical services and to collect a food ration]
Each refugee receives cooking implements, blankets & sleeping mats, jerry cans, tent roofing materials to construct a more permanent house, and a card which recognizes refugee status and provides access to medical services and to collect a food ration

Interview with Dr. David Serwadda, HIV/Aids Researcher and Former Dean, School of Public Health, Makerere University, Uganda

Watch an Interview with Dr. David Serwadda, former Dean of the School of Public Health at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda speaking about Makerere University, its relationship to Northwestern as an international partner institution, as well as his research on HIV/Aids and the current state of the disease in Uganda. Dr. Serwadda was one of