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In this photo Dr. Florencia Luna (center) is seated at a table talking with trainees.

A seat at the table: Diversifying voices in bioethics

Since its inception in 2000, Fogarty’s International Bioethics Training program has aimed to develop expertise so all countries can participate equally in the global dialogue on research ethics.

Featured News

Hands join in the middle of a huddle pictured from above, all wearing bright green Fogarty wristbands

Fogarty bolsters research equity with $1.7 million in supplemental awards: Additional funding to current Fogarty grants will promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in research training programs.

This photo shows Mr. Muktar in front of his keyhole garden at his homestead in Belina Kebele, Fedis Woreda, Oromia Region. The garden is producing vegetables for household consumption. This activity will increase households’ resilience to climate change and contribute to food and nutrition security. Credit USAID in Africa

Call for proposals on climate change & health: Fogarty invites submissions of case studies on the impact of climate change adaptation strategies on public health.

Fogarty Fellows & Scholars

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TB drug interactions among people living with HIV in Uganda: Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire studied the correlation between blood concentration of TB drugs and HIV treatment

Logo of Fogarty Global Health Fellows & Scholars 20th Anniversary

Fogarty Global Health Fellows & Scholars at 20: Fogarty's flagship Global Health Fellows and Scholars program, now known as LAUNCH, is celebrating its 20th Anniversary!

Director's Blog

Portrait of Peter Kilmarx

The collateral benefits of PEPFAR: One of the collateral benefits of the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief is building capacity to address health threats other that HIV/AIDS.

Global Health Research Topics

Fogarty and its NIH partners invest in a variety of research topics vital to global health.

The photo on this page shows Dr. Alex Kayongo, a Ugandan man wearing a lab coat, consulting with a woman, similarly dressed in a lab coat. She sits and he stands at a desk in his laboratory

HIV & related NCDs
Profiling the lung microbiome to fight COPD in Uganda: Dr. Alex Kayongo uses bronchoscopies to examine the lung microbiome of Ugandans living with HIV and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)