USC takes part in 2017 Consortium of Universities for Global Health

CUGH 2017

USC Institute for Global Health faculty and collaborators represented USC at the eighth annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health in Washington, D.C., April 7‑9. Continue reading USC takes part in 2017 Consortium of Universities for Global Health

New tool maps knowledge base to end HIV-related stigma in health care

Improving the knowledge base for #ZeroDiscrimination in health care

A new tool produced by the Program on Global Health & Human Rights, in collaboration with UNAIDS, maps out resources to address HIV-related stigma and discrimination in health care. The web-based repository and tool-finder launched April 7 and is available free to the public at www.zeroHIVdiscrimination.com. Continue reading New tool maps knowledge base to end HIV-related stigma in health care

04/25/17 – Health Issues in Asylum Seekers

In this USC Immigrant Health Initiative seminar, Cynthia Willard, medical director for the Program for Torture Victims in Los Angeles, will discuss health issues asylum seekers face. Continue reading 04/25/17 – Health Issues in Asylum Seekers

USC wins big at international global health case competition

An interdisciplinary team of students representing four USC schools won the International Emory University Global Health Case Competition Mar. 25, joining the elite few to have clinched first place in the event’s seven years. Continue reading USC wins big at international global health case competition

Not without a fight: standing up against the Global Gag Rule

Health is a Human Right

An editorial co-authored by Laura Ferguson, associate director of the Program on Global Health & Human Rights, reflects on the impact that President Donald Trump’s restoration of the Global Gag Rule will have on women across the world, as well as those working to protect reproductive rights. Continue reading Not without a fight: standing up against the Global Gag Rule

Nation’s top environmental scientists say the EPA should not be weakened

Nation’s top environmental scientists say the EPA should not be weakened

Environmental research is needed now more than ever, insiders say

By Zen Vuong

As scientists begin to find their political voices, three former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency insiders on Wednesday said the Trump administration should not sacrifice environmental quality and the health of the American people “for a coterie of special-interest stakeholders.” Continue reading Nation’s top environmental scientists say the EPA should not be weakened

Participate in APRU & The New York Times Asia-Pacific Case Competition

The inaugural APRU–NYT Case Competition will bring together the best minds from universities in the Asia-Pacific region to raise awareness and solve a pressing issue: The Future of the Pacific Ocean. Students will have the opportunity to be published in The New York Times International Edition and read by an audience of global leaders. Continue reading Participate in APRU & The New York Times Asia-Pacific Case Competition

Mexico public health institute honors Jonathan Samet

Jonathan Samet INSP

The Institute of Public Health in Mexico (INSP) celebrated the career of Dr. Jonathan Samet, Flora L. Thornton Chair of the USC Department of Preventive Medicine and director of the USC Institute for Global Health, as part of its 30-year anniversary commemoration Jan. 27. Continue reading Mexico public health institute honors Jonathan Samet