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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
African medical schools see profound culture change
Fogarty awards $22M through new HIV research training program
Fogarty supports infectious disease research training
NIH Clinical Center 60th anniversary:
NIH Clinical Center celebrates 60 years of research
Researchers at Clinical Center show mouse virus may cause breast cancer in humans
Focus on the Human Microbiome Project: Research shows promise, may result in treatments
Role of gender in global health researcher: Q and A with Dr Janine Clayton, Director, NIH Office of Research on Women's Health
Evaluating Fogarty's impact: Opinion by Fogarty Director Dr Roger I Glass
Profile: Fogarty Fellow Dr Robin Petroze studies Rwanda's surgical capacity
Chinese bats likely source of SARS virus, researchers report
Researchers study human dynamics to track bird flu
Disease mapping is critical planning tool for researchers
Malaria vaccine is safe, effective
Fogarty marks namesake's 100-year milestone
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