I am proud to tell you the USC Institute for Global Health is moving forward with a new name and mission to more closely reflect our revitalized vision and goals. Additionally, I am pleased to announce the new director of our Program on Global Health & Human Rights. See below for details:
USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health
The mission of the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health is:
To work with partners at USC and beyond to address health-related disparities and inequalities, taking a multidisciplinary approach to advance the evidence base about what works, train the next generation of leaders, and inform public policy.
PROGRAM ON GLOBAL HEALTH & HUMAN RIGHTS
An integral part of the Institute, the Program on Global Health & Human Rights is at the forefront of developing practical and effective responses to global public health challenges through the innovative application of human rights concepts and methods to research, policy, capacity building, analytical tool development, monitoring and evaluation.
Meet the new Program on Global Health & Human Rights Director:
Laura Ferguson, PhD, MSc, MA
Assistant Professor of Population and Public Health Sciences
More information around these exciting changes is coming soon! In the meantime, our website and social media will remain the same; follow us at the links below:
Sofia Gruskin, JD, MIA
Director, USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health