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2014-2015

Aug 8: Adherence, Virologic, and Other Outcomes in the FEM-PrEP phase III HIV Prevention Trial in Eastern and Southern Africa

Lut Van Damme, MD, PhD (Sr. Program Officer, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)

Amy Corneli, PhD, MPH (Social Scientist, Family Health International 360)
Jennifer Deese, MPH (Epidemiologist, Family Health International 360)

NIH Main Campus, Bldg 50, Room 1223/1233

12:00 - 1:15 PM

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May 12: Global Health Research in Resource Limited Settings - An Established Model in the Largest Asian Slums

Dr. Sundaram Natarajan, Chairman and Managing Director, Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, India


Lawton Chiles International House (Stone House) Conference Room, Bldg. 16, NIH Main Campus

12:00 - 1:00 PM

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May 15: Challenges and Opportunities in Access to Biomedical Information Resources in Developing Countries: A Case Study in Two Parts

 

Pamela Sieving—National Institutes of Health Library    

Paulraj Kirubanithi—Aravind Eye Care System, Madurai, India

Lawton Chiles International House (Stone House) Conference Room, Bldg. 16, NIH Main Campus
2:00 - 3:00 PM

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2012-2013

September 11: The WHO/AFRO Research Agenda: Notes from the Field

Peter Ndumbe, MD, PhD 
Regional Office for Africa, World Health Organization

Building 45, Balcony B; 4-5 PM

Seminar Summary (T. Dittmer)
Detailed Notes (L. Kondos)


September 24:  Neurological Research in Refugees and Other Vulnerable Populations

Farrah Mateen, MD
Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Building 50, Rm 1328; 10-11 AM  

Seminar Summary (T. Dittmer)


October 3: Challenges and Controversies in Global HIV Prevention

Sten Vermund, MD, PhD
Director of Institute for Global Health, Vanderbilt University

Building 10, 2-3750; 4-5 PM

Seminar Summary (L. Kondos)

 

October 24: NIAID'S Role in Global Healh and Finding Your Way Into Global Health Careers

Gray Handely, MSPH
Ranjan Gupta, PhD
Office of Global Health Research, National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Building 50, Rm 1328/1334; 4-5 PM

Seminar Summary (T. Dittmer)

January 16: PATH’s Comprehensive Approach to R&D in the Developing World

Jorge Flores, PhD
Director of Clinical & Regulatory Affaris for Vaccine Development, PATH


Building 50, Rm 1328/1334 Rear; 4-5 PM

Seminar Summary (T. Dittmer)  

 

January 25: Vision Loss as a Global Challenge: New Treatments of Blindness Using Brain Plasticity 
*Co-hosted with National Eye Institute under Global Health Vision lecture series

Bernhard Sabel, PhD
Institut für Medizinische Psychologie

Global Health Conference Room, Stone House Building (16A)
NIH Campus, Bethesda; 11-12 noon

Seminar Summary (T. Dittmer)

 

April 10: Building Research Capacity for Heart, Lung and Blood Disorders through Global Networks   

Cristina Rabadán-Diehl, PhD, MPH
Deputy Director of the Office of Global Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)

Building 50 Room 1328/1334; 3:30 - 4:30 PM

Seminar Slides

April 18:  Innovation & Outcomes: How Evidence-Based Research Can Provide Real Impact in Eye Care and Healthcare Delivery  
*Co-hosted with National Eye Institute under Global Health Vision lecture series

Jennifer Staple-Clark, MD
Founder and Director, Unite for Sight

Global Health Conference Room, Stone House Building (Building 16)
NIH Campus, Bethesda; 1 - 2 PM

April 24: Podoconiosis: from genes to disease control for a ‘neglected’ NTD

Melanie Newport, PhD, FRCP, MRCPCH
Professor in Infectious Diseases and Global Health
Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK

Building 10 (Hatfield), Rm 2-3330
NIH Campus, Bethesda; 1 - 2 PM 


May 28: International HIV Research: Past, Present and Future Global Health Research Opportunities

Thomas Quinn, MD
Chief, International HIV/STD Section, LIR (NIAID); Director of Johns Hopkins
Center for Global Health
 
Building 50, Rm 1227/1233
NIH Main Campus, Bethesda; 4 - 5 PM

Seminar Summary (T. Dittmer)

June 18:  Global Health and the Animal-Human Interface

Guy Palmer, DVM, PhD
Director of Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health
Washington State University

Building 50, Rm 1227/1233
NIH Main Campus, Bethesda; 4 - 5 PM

 
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