Zimbabwe – Canada Health Initiative

March 9, 2015
Dr. Ray Markham is establishing the Zimbabwe/Canada Health Improvement Initiative, which intends to collaborate with local institutions in health service delivery. Read More >

Global Health Partners Call on G7 for NTD Action

March 6, 2015
UBC's Neglected Global Diseases Initiative (NGDI) has joined over ninety other global health groups, institutions and individuals in supporting the elimination of neglected tropical diseases. Read More >

Interdisciplinary PhD student wins CUGH reflection essay competition

March 1, 2015
Jennifer Leason won the Graduate Trainee Reflection Essay Competition from CUGH. Read More >

Missives from Sierra Leone – Front lines of the Ebola crisis

February 22, 2015
Clinical Professor, Dr. Michael Rekart, worked in a MSF Ebola case management centre in Sierra Leone. Here are his messages from the front lines of the Ebola crisis. Read More >

UBC’s Ebola Action Fund supports Engineering Student Project

January 12, 2015
Funding will support The Biomedical Engineering Student Team (BEST). Read More >

Recording of NGDI Ebola Symposium Released

December 12, 2014
This meeting focused on Canada’s current contributions to potential therapeutics in response to the 2014 West African outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease. Read More >

Fighting Ebola – here and on the ground

December 2, 2014
Faculty and students from UBC's School of Population and Public Health are helping in the fight to end the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Read More >

UBC’s Global Research Health Program is helping with the Ebola outbreak in West Africa

November 27, 2014
The GHRP's "Protect Patti" animated educational tool is among those adapted for the Ebola response. Read More >

Air pollution from coal burning in China, India and Eastern Europe: multi-year study being undertaken

November 5, 2014
Project will quantify the health impacts of coal-burning air pollution to better inform energy and climate change policy. Photo: Mumbai at dawn ©Tawheed Manzoor via Flickr Read More >