Erasmus University Medical Center Rotterdam (The Netherlands) organizes a unique 12 week Global Health program.
After 5 weeks of Lectures, Workshops, Practicals and Masterclasses in Global Health by an internationally renowned faculty, more than 100 students go abroad for 6 weeks to 21 different sites in 16 different countries, to experience health & healthcare in a different setting and in a different culture.
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Masterclass Global Health 3 - Research Capacity Building in LMICs (1 September 2017)
The third Masterclasses will be on 'Research Capacity Building in LMICs & Research in Humanitarian Crises' by Professor Ogobara Doumbo & Professor Constance Schultsz.
Professor Ogobara Doumbo is Head of the Department of Epidemiology of Parasitic Diseases and Director of Malaria Vaccines Programmes at MRTC-ICER NIAID-Mali Programmes
Prof Constance Schultsz is a specialist in medical microbiology. She is an Executive Board member of the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development (AIGHD) and deputy head of the Department of Global Health. Constance worked as a research fellow at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Diseases Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR,B) in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 1987 – 1989. From 2003 until 2008 she headed the Microbiology department of the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, Vietnam, at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, where she still holds a Faculty position.
Next Generation Global Health Forum 2017Barcelona 14-15 July 2017Are you studying medicine, physiotherapy, pharmacy, biology, nursing, epidemiology, public health or something not related to health? Would you see yourself working internationally, in a multidisciplinary team trying to fix current global problems? Then, maybe this conference is something for you. Before deciding if you would like to study Global Health you could find out what are your career prospects after a Master in Global Health/International Health. Netherless to say if you are a current GH student this is something you should definitely not miss! http://ghnetwork.org/conference/global-health-whats-next/