• How Developing Nations Are Harnessing Green Technologies

    By: Julie Potyraj Tamil Nadu is a state on the southern tip of India steeped in history. Its countless fishing villages near the Bay of Bengal and magnificent Hindu temples in the Ghats mountain ranges Read More

    Crowdfunding for Global Health: a novel solution or temporary fix? 

    By Elizabeth Sherwin and Katia Cnop Elizabeth Sherwin was the Watsi Fellow working with Maya Health Alliance in Guatemala for 2016-2017. Katia Cnop is a medical student and Maya Health Alliance volunteer and researcher.   Read More

    Do Mothers Have a Say?

    A recent breakthrough in genetic engineering suggests new options in treating genetic diseases while raises ethical concerns. By Yvaine Ye Her phone rang. It was the oncologist. Kate Romanczuk knew immediately what was waiting for Read More

    Global health work: Reflective practice and the joy of letter writing

    By Saqib Noor I remember lying in a flimsy hammock, hung between two tall raphia palm trees, swinging gently under a glistening African night sky. I counted the stars as they popped in and out of Read More

    Six Amazing Drugs in Development

    Reposted with permission from Gap Medics At any one time, there are hundreds of drugs being developed around the world. Some of them could change the way we treat conditions such as lung cancer and Read More

    Republican health plan seen as a major setback for hepatitis C Medicaid patients

    Amid a growing hepatitis C epidemic, federal austerity measures seen as a setback to infection control.  By Sony Salzman It’s been nearly 20 years since Lisa was diagnosed with hepatitis C, a virus she says Read More

    5 Good Summer Reads

    Reposted from Bill Gates’ Blog: 5 Good Summer Reads By Bill Gates  | May 22, 2017 Summer is a great time to escape: to the beach, to the mountains, or to the world of a great Read More

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    Katia Cnop

    Crowdfunding for Global Health: a novel solution or temporary fix? 

    Sep. 13, 2017 – By Elizabeth Sherwin and Katia Cnop Elizabeth Sherwin was the Watsi Fellow working with Maya Health Alliance in Guatemala for 2016-2017. Katia Cnop is a medical student and Maya Health Alliance volunteer and researcher.   Read More

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    Do Mothers Have a Say?

    Sep. 07, 2017 – A recent breakthrough in genetic engineering suggests new options in treating genetic diseases while raises ethical concerns. By Yvaine Ye Her phone rang. It was the oncologist. Kate Romanczuk knew immediately what was waiting for Read More

    GHHub

    Global health work: Reflective practice and the joy of letter writing

    Sep. 05, 2017 – By Saqib Noor I remember lying in a flimsy hammock, hung between two tall raphia palm trees, swinging gently under a glistening African night sky. I counted the stars as they popped in and out of Read More

    Republican health plan seen as a major setback for hepatitis C Medicaid patients

    Jul. 10, 2017 – Amid a growing hepatitis C epidemic, federal austerity measures seen as a setback to infection control.  By Sony Salzman It’s been nearly 20 years since Lisa was diagnosed with hepatitis C, a virus she says Read More