Mothers should survive childbirth so they and their babies can flourish.
People with diabetes should have access to life-saving insulin.
HIV-positive moms and dads should live to enjoy their grandchildren.
Global health has achieved dramatic reductions in preventable illness, injury and death. But there is still much to do. Our faculty, staff, and students are at the forefront of the global push towards the world’s Sustainable Development Goals. We are looking forward and acting now to eliminate poverty, inequity, and preventable illness and death by 2030.
Research: We collaborate with communities, governments, scientists, and international development partners to improve the health of populations.
Students & Alumni: We train future global health leaders through classroom and field-based experiences. DGH alumni are working around the world: improving government policies, promoting social justice, and increasing access to education, economic opportunity, and health services.
Partnerships: Over two decades we have built partnerships in Boston, China, Ghana, India, Mexico Vietnam, South Africa, Zambia, and elsewhere. These relationships drive our research, advocacy, and commitment to the communities where we work.
- Published On 3/1/2021Obesity Progression Between Young Adulthood and Midlife and Incident Arthritis: A Retrospective Cohort Study of US Adults.Arthritis care & researchread at PubMed
- Published On 3/1/2021Patient Perspectives of Quality of the Same-Day Antiretroviral Therapy Initiation Process in Gauteng Province, South Africa: Qualitative Dominant Mixed-Methods Analysis of the SLATE II Trial.The patientread at PubMed
- Published On 2/27/2021A clinician's primer on epidemiology for COVID-19Medread at Custom
- Published On 2/25/2021Quality of life among people living with HIV in England and the Netherlands comparable to the general populationSSRNread at Custom
- Published On 2/24/2021Association of hemoglobin levels in the first trimester and at 26 to 30 weeks with fetal and neonatal outcomes: A secondary analyses of the Global Network for Women''s and Children''s Health''s ASPIRIN Trial.BJOG : an international journal of obstetrics and gynaecologyread at PubMed