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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
Grantees assess long-term benefits of Fogarty training during session at global AIDS meeting
Q and A with former Fogarty trainee, Dr Linda-Gail Bekker, President of the International AIDS Society
NIH-supported HIV research spawns new hope
US Senate proposes $2M funding increase for Fogarty
Fogarty funds additional grants to support research training in Ebola-affected countries
How can we conduct research in humanitarian crises?Opinion by Fogarty Director Dr Roger I Glass
Profile: Fogarty Fellow Dr Dorothy Dow studies suicide prevention in teens with HIV in Tanzania
Focus: Preventing childhood obesity in Latin America
Tech designed for Africa helps US fight disease, save money
Fogarty awards $10.7M to build tobacco control and prevention research capacity in developing countries
Bioinformatics programs in Africa receive $5M for research training from Fogarty
HIV research training grantees receive supplements to focus on behavioral, social sciences
Funding partners relaunch World Report
Four new members join Fogarty advisory board
Fogarty grantee icddr,b receives Hilton Humanitarian Prize
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