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 5/1/2021Multimonth dispensing of up to 6 months of antiretroviral therapy in Malawi and Zambia (INTERVAL): a cluster-randomised, non-blinded, non-inferiority trial.The Lancet. Global healthread at PubMed
- Published On 4/29/2021Monitoring Information-Seeking Patterns and Obesity Prevalence in Africa With Internet Search Data: Observational Study.JMIR public health and surveillanceread at PubMed
- Published On 4/28/2021Optimal use of COVID19 Ag-RDT screening at border crossings to prevent community transmission: a modeling analysismedRxivread at Custom
- Published On 4/27/2021Impact of Ciprofloxacin Impurities on Bacterial Growth, Antibiotic Resistance Development and Content Assays.Letters in applied microbiologyread at PubMed
- Published On 4/23/2021Potential Impact and Cost-Effectiveness of Condomless-Sex-Concentrated PrEP in KwaZulu-Natal Accounting for Drug Resistance.The Journal of infectious diseasesread at PubMed