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Global Health Matters, Fogarty International Center's newsletter, distributed by email every two months, includes the latest information on global health research.
Inside this Issue
Scientists gather to celebrate Fogarty’s Global Infectious Disease research training program
Some Fogarty applicants tripped up by NIH appendix policy
NIH urges grantees to publish only in credible journals
Focus: Fogarty is building research capacity to fight noncommunicable diseases
Customizing stroke prevention research in Pakistani population
Energizing psychiatric research in Egypt, India
Training Africans to fight NCDs in Africa
Examining diet's role in NCDs in Nigeria
Studying food industry’s impact on obesity in Latin America
Grateful for progress toward a disease-free worldOpinion by Fogarty Director Dr Roger I Glass
Profile: Fogarty Fellow Dr Mohammad Aminul Islam battles antimicrobial resistance in Bangladesh
Q and A with Dr John Nkengasong, director of Africa CDC and former Fogarty trainee
Early-career scientists receive $3.3M to help establish independent research careers
Emerging global health leaders receive $5M in research support
Global Health Technology Coalition unveils fact sheets
People in the news
Global health briefs
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