Global Health at NIH

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Using implementation science to reduce HIV transmission

A team of scientists and program managers, led by the NIH, has been studying a variety of implementation science approaches to preventing mother-to-child transmission.


Dr Lilliam Pinzón performs a dental exam for a child in a reclined dental chair

Dental Fellow studies Mexican children with HIV

Fogarty Fellow Lilliam Pinzón, supported by NIDCR, studied cavity treatments in Mexican children with HIV.

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NIH awards will train HIV researchers in LMICs

Fogarty and NIH partners are investing up to $13 million over five years to support new awards in HIV research training


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Fogarty and NIH partners train mHealth researchers

Researchers gathered at the NIH to discuss how best to use mobile technologies to improve health in the developing world.


Recent NIH Global Health News

Updated July 2016