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March/April 2022 Global Health Matters Newsletter

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CUGH 2022 examines pandemic corruption, anti-science movement

The annual CUGH conference hosted more than 2,000 scientists and students representing a range of disciplines who addressed some of the most pressing challenges faced by the world, including pandemic corruption and the anti-science movement.

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H3Africa resources endure beyond its end

Since its inception in 2012, H3Africa has funded 51 projects, launched H3ABionet, and spawned H3Africa Consortium which created three regional biorepositories.

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Profile: Fogarty Fellow Ivan Segawa investigates nurse-led PrEP delivery in Uganda

Fogarty Fellow Ivan Segawa's pilot study evaluates a health delivery model that integrates oral PrEP into family planning clinics, where nurses can offer HIV prevention to adolescent girls and young women in Uganda.

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Finding the true burden of RSV and influenza in Sierra Leone: Q & A with Dr. Robert Samuels

Using the skills he learned through Fogarty programs—mentoring, managing projects, and writing proposals and publication—Dr. Robert Samuels is evaluating the prevalence of influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in young children.

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Focus: Rethinking the scientific diaspora

As the global conversation has shifted focus to health equity and decolonization, many in scientific diasporas are now leading the movement for more equitable partnerships in LMICs, benefiting both U.S. and LMIC institutions.

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