Faculty Network Spotlight: NGN
The world is amidst an epidemiological transition– where the global burden of diseases is shifting from infectious diseases to noncommunicable diseases. In recognizing a need to bridge the gaps in global NCD research, treatment, and capacity, the Yale Network for Global Noncommunicable Disease (Yale NGN) was established in 2016.
Yale expands international footprint with African partnerships
The Yale Divinity School and Yale Institute for Global Health are both expanding their partnerships on the African continent to address an array of issues, including religious scholarship and global health challenges.Source: Yale Daily News
Helping Students Build Strong Foundations in Ethical Global Health Work
The Global Health Ethics Program (GHEP), which is part of the Yale Institute for Global Health, helps students prepare for potential ethical challenges before they conduct research or clinical projects abroad.Source: YaleNews