by Sofia Gruskin and Julia Hussein, in Reproductive Health Matters.
The USC Law & Global Health Collaboration hosted a panel to shine a light on some of the exemplary work happening right here at USC around sexual and reproductive health and rights, at USC on November 7, 2018. Our panelists exemplify the value of attention to the legal environment and to global health in addressing sexual and … Continue reading Trojan Scholar Spotlight: Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights at USC
The USC Institute for Global Health and The Community Scholars Collaborative for Health Equity Solutions (CHES) hosted hosted the lecture "The Health of the Foreign-Born in the United States: Advantages and Disparities" with Alfonso Rodriguez-Lainz Nov. 8. Alfonso Rodriguez-Lainz Epidemiologist, Migrant Health Specialist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention SDSU Graduate School of Public Health … Continue reading The Health of the Foreign-Born in the United States: Advantages and Disparities
Jonathan Van Ness, star of Gay of Thrones and one of the "fab five" on the Netflix show Queer Eye, sat down with USC's Laura Ferguson in August to discuss global health as part of his podcast "Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness." The episode aired Oct. 10 and delves into human rights, stigma, HIV and … Continue reading Getting Curious: How Does Global Health Affect Everything?
by the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration.
The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health works across many countries and disciplines. Here are some ways to get familiar with our work, events, opportunities and more! Explore Check out our projects page to learn more about our collaborative research and where we work in the world. Connect Subscribe to the USC Global Health Newsletter email … Continue reading Get to know USC’s Institute on Inequalities in Global Health