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Top NIH global health research news stories of 2013
December 17, 2013
From a visit to the NIH campus by renowned global health philanthropist Bill Gates, to new tools to detect counterfeit antimalaria medicines, to increased emphasis on chronic diseases, 2013 has been an eventful year for global health research at the National Institutes of Health.
Find out which news stories were the most popular among readers of Fogarty's Global Health Matters newsletter.
African medical schools see profound culture change through Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI)
Global disease burden study reveals successes, challenges
Bill Gates delivers Barmes lecture, celebrates research collaborations with NIH
Mental health must be integrated into global health care delivery
FDA, NIH partner to fight against counterfeit antimalarial medicines with FDA-developed handheld detection tool
Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) 2013 meeting: Partnerships, capacity building needed to strengthen universities in developing nations
Water poses complex issues for global health scientists
New Indian rotavirus vaccine provides hope: Opinion by Dr Roger I Glass
Fogarty funding spurs global health innovations
Chinese bats likely source of SARS virus, researchers report
Chronic disease battle needs global collaboration
Fogarty awards $22M through new HIV research training program
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