Top global health research stories of 2015 from Fogarty
December 17, 2015
As the end of the year draws near, Fogarty looks back on our top global health research news throughout 2015. Revisit these news stories, which topped the list for editors and readers of Fogarty'sGlobal Health Matters newsletter.
- NIH awards $36M to train junior faculty in Africa through Medical Education Partnership Initiative program
- New career development program launched for LMIC scientists
- Global pandemic of fake medicines poses urgent risk, scientists say
- US and Canada partner to invest $21 million for environmental and occupational health research hubs in developing countries
- NIH-led effort details global brain disorders research agendain Nature supplement
- Injuries cause 5 million global deaths each year, an opinion column by Fogarty Director Dr Roger I Glass
- Evaluation of Fogarty global brain disorders research shows program catalyzes research, builds capacity
- Research advances in China improve health globally
- Rwandan Minister of Health Dr Agnes Binagwaho discusses country's health advances at NIH
- NIH meeting advances Alzheimer's disease research agenda
- Profile: Fogarty Fellow Dr Rockefeller Oteng studies trauma, injury in Ghana
- NIH encourages veterinarians to consider research careers
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