Category: Faculty

GlobeMed Panel Discusses Health Challenges of the Syrian Refugee Crisis

GlobeMed at Northwestern hosted a panel Monday to discuss the continuing Syrian crisis and its impacts on the health of Syrian refugees as part of its aims to learn about health and social justice issues locally and internationally. The student group invited Sufyan Sohel from the Council on American-Islamic Relations and Dr. Mufaddal Hamadeh of

New Faculty Spotlight: Beatriz Oralia Reyes

Beatriz O. Reyes is a new professor in the Department of Global Health who will be teaching Community-Based Participatory Research in the Winter 2017 and 301: Intro to International Health in the Spring 2017. She is a member of the Native American Indigenous Studies Steering Group and researcher at the Foundations of Health Research Center

Meet Sera Young: anthropologist studying undernutrition in low-resource settings

  Dr. Young joined the Northwestern Department of Anthropology and Program in Global Health Studies this year. Her work focuses on maternal and child undernutrition in low-resource settings, particularly sub-Saharan Africa. “Everything I do focuses on what you call ‘the first thousand days,’ which is the year before delivery and the two years after. The

Introducing Peter Locke: New Global Health Studies faculty member

Peter Locke, a new faculty member in Global Health Studies and Anthropology at Northwestern, is bringing new perspectives and experiences to enhance undergraduate global health education. As an undergraduate at the University of Virginia, Locke debated whether to become a humanitarian practitioner or to focus on critical thinking and research in global health. Drawn to