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News from Fogarty Int'l Center at NIH - Global Health Matters April 2014

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Fogarty launches strategic plan to
meet new global health needs

Fogarty's updated strategic plan will advance the global health research agenda, building on past and current Fogarty investments and successes.
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NIH celebrates brain disorders research

Scientists gathered at NIH recently to explore frontiers in neuroscience for global health, and to mark the 10th anniversary of Fogarty's brain disorders program.
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Hookah smoking poses health risks

NIH-funded researchers have clearly determined that smoke from waterpipes or hookahs contains an array of harmful chemicals, and they are calling for more comprehensive oversight.
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NIH Office of Technology Transfer
speeds global health solutions

NIH and its partners are pursuing creative new ways to move biomedical innovations more quickly so that patients in low-resource countries see their health improve.
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Global Health Matters is produced by the Office of Communications at the National Institutes of Health's Fogarty International Center. For more information about Global Health Matters, please contact the editor, Cathy Kristiansen, at or 301-496-2075. All text produced in this newsletter is in the public domain and may be reprinted. Please credit Fogarty International Center. Images must be cleared for use with the individual source, as indicated.
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