Y Global Health?
Evelyn Hsieh has been trying to solve mysteries for as long as she can remember. “As a kid, I was always intrigued by things I had to figure out,” says Hsieh. That fascination with solving problems came in handy when she chose her career path.
- February 09, 2022
“Great! How can we support you?” That is what Jeremy Schwartz and Tracy Rabin would say if their children chose to pursue a career in global health. From early in their medical careers, global health has been a family affair for these two physicians, both faculty in the Section of General Internal Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. They have both developed productive, long-term collaborative relationships with colleagues in Uganda and their two children have been an important part of that journey.
- October 04, 2021
“Growing up in our small village in southeastern Nigeria, I never dreamed I would be on a plane to Nigeria with the President of Yale,” muses Theddeus Iheanacho. Last year, Iheanacho joined President Peter Salovey to formalize The HAPPINESS (Health Action for Psychiatric Problems in Nigeria including Epilepsy and Substances) Project.
- July 13, 2021
Anjelica Gonzalez may have grown up in Las Vegas, but cards were not her interest, water was – in particular, the filtration of water on a global level. However, she did learn some basics of logic from a blackjack dealer – her mother.
- February 01, 2021
Sunil Parikh, MD, MPH, associate professor of epidemiology and of medicine, Yale School of Medicine
- October 12, 2020
Professor Emeritus of Medicine; Founding Director Office of Global Health, Yale School of Medicine
- April 14, 2020
Dena Schulman-Green, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Nursing, YSN
- October 25, 2019
Amy Bei, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases, YSPH
- March 22, 2019
Luke Davis, Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Medicine at the Yale School of Public Health
- February 05, 2019
When Rafael Pérez-Escamilla was a chemical engineer in Mexico he observed many people suffering from hunger and malnutrition.