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The Next Pandemic

[FORUM VIDEO] This Forum event examined current pandemic preparedness in the face of MERS and H7N9.

Transforming Global Health

[FORUM VIDEO] The event examined the intersection between global health architecture and human development across the spheres of health and education.

Saving Lives that Give Life

[FORUM VIDEO] Investing resources in the health and well-being of women benefits societies in multiple ways. Recent years have witnessed the global development community focused increasingly on advanc

Health Leadership Around the World

[FORUM VIDEO] In June 2012, a group of Ministers and Secretaries of Health from around the world gathered at Harvard University to participate in the inaugural Ministerial Health Leaders' Forum. On Ju

The Cost of Inaction

[FORUM VIDEO] This Forum event explored the landmark "Cost of Inaction" initiative launched by the François-Xavier Bagnoud (FXB) Center for Health and Human Rights at HSPH. The project responds to hi

Girls' Health and Education

[FORUM VIDEO] Research suggests that educating girls and women safeguards their well-being, ensures healthy future generations, alleviates poverty, and boosts GDP. Yet alarming discrepancies persist b

Health as a Gateway to Global Development

[FORUM VIDEO] Helen Clark, Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), spoke at HSPH about global health and promoting sustainable development.

Mosquito nets: The price of prevention

July 2014 -- Jessica Cohen, assistant professor of global health, sought an answer to the following: Would malaria-protecting mosquito nets gain wider usage if they were given away for free? Or would they be valued and used more if there was a…

Malaria parasite can hide in bone marrow

Parasites that transmit the deadliest form of malaria are able to hide in their host’s bone marrow during development. A research team led by Matthias Marti, associate professor of immunology and infectious diseases at Harvard School of Public Health, is the first…