2016's top global health research stories from Fogarty Int'l Center at NIH

What are the top global health research stories of 2016?

December 15, 2016

Collage of images from the top global health research news stories of 2016

Each year we look back to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of the global health research community. These articles in our collection topped the list for readers and editors of Fogarty's Global Health Matters newsletter:

  1. African Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) enters next phase

  2. PEPFAR's Dr. Deborah Birx visits NIH to urge sharper focus to halt HIV globally

  3. Global research funders launch World Report interactive mapping tool to aid funding analysis

  4. We have much to learn from research in Haiti, says Fogarty Director Dr. Roger Glass

  5. Fogarty awards $3M to support emerging research leaders in developing countries

  6. Dr. Chris Murray discusses findings and future of Global Burden of Disease study at NIH

  7. New Fogarty grants will help develop expertise in research ethics

  8. Universities consider sustainable future in global health

  9. Fogarty's RAPIDD program has catalyzed the field of infectious disease modeling

  10. Implementation science approaches help reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission

  11. Fogarty training builds mHealth research capacity

  12. Urgent vs Important, a quandary in global health, explored by Fogarty Director Dr. Roger Glass

Collage photos:
Row 1: by David Rochkind for Fogarty; courtesy of GHESKIO; courtesy of Plowright Lab; by Daniel Sone for NIH
Row 2: by Dr. Magaly Blas; by Ross Marlow for CUGH; by David Rochkind for Fogarty; by Morgana Wingard, courtesy of USAID
Row 3: courtesy of NIH Report; by Dina Patel/HealthySunrise Foundation; by Ernie Branson for NIH; by Richard Lord for Fogarty