Global Health News and Events

Global Health Certificate: Spring 2013

Interested in understanding more about global health and what it means to practice health care in today's global and diverse population?  Curious about how global health plays a role in local health care practicies?  Sign up for MUSC's Global Health Certificate Spring 2013 courses to learn from leading experts in the field.  More information about the program can be found at http://globalhealth.musc.edu/certificate-program-global-health

 

 

 

Pediatric Global Health Guest Lecture

Niranjan "Tex" Kissoon, MD, FAAP, FCCM        
"Perspectives on Global Health"
Thursday September 20, 2012   
12:15 – 1:15PM  
2West Amphitheater    

2013 CUGH Call for Proposals Open

 

The Consortium of Universities for Global Health's (CUGH) fourth annual conference is being held March 2013 in Washington D.C., bringing together over 1,000 members from a variety of sectors and disciplines to examine the cutting edge issues in several key areas:

Global Health Classes Offered at MUSC

MUSC is kicking off the Fall 2012 Semester with two courses focused on global health.  These classes are a great opportunity for the MUSC community to learn more about how global health impacts everyone in South Carolina and around the world.  A greater awareness of global health issues helps improve thinking about local issues in our own institutions and communities, both of which are becoming more global as the population continues to diversify.    As a world, we are starting to look more the same in terms of the health problems that we face.  Did you know that chronic non-communicable

Internal Search: Director, Center for Global Initiatives

The Medical University of South Carolina’s Office of the Provost invites applications from MUSC faculty for the newly created position of Director, Center for Global Initiatives (CGI). This is a part-time employment opportunity at a commitment of 0.50 FTE for a minimum of 5 years with potential for renewal. The position requires an innovative and dynamic individual to lead the development of MUSC’s globalization strategy as part of the MUSC Strategic Plan and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SASC) Institutional Effectiveness requirements.

MUSC Students Lead Trip to Haiti

Poppy Markwell, COM4
June 2012
 

MUSC Launches Urban Garden

Trees provide shade, gardens and plants promote health and healing.  That's why the Medical University of South Carolina decided to create an urban garden on campus to demonstrate the importance of having access to healthy, organic food.  Next to the garden will be a small pavillion used for cooking and and other demonstrations.  The university also has started preparing the ground for a medicinal garden, which will include healing plants identified in the 1863 book, “Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests,” written by MUSC alumnus F.P.

World Malaria Day Speaker

Check out this exciting talk on April 25th at 4:00 pm in the Basic Science Building Room 502 sponsored by MUSC's Global and Tropical Medicine Interest Group!

Charleston, Zambia Students Tour MUSC

From Rhonda Ewing at Green Contributor to MUSC:

Grand Rounds: The Lupus Africa to U.S. Gradient

MUSC Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds
"GLOBAL HEALTH RESEARCH: THE LUPUS AFRICA TO U.S. GRADIENT"
Speakers:  Natasha Ruth, MD, Assistant Professor and Gary Gilkeson, MD, Professor
Friday, April 6, 2012
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Storm Eye Auditorium

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