Global Health Neurology Program Events


Countering Global Neurological Burden Will Take Advocacy, Training

Neurologists involved in global health programs calls for more advocacy and training in neurologic disorders in developing countries around the world.

Wanted: Nancy Snyderman reflects on Ebola and calls for commitment to science literacy

Two years ago, Ebola jumped from the jungle into West African cities and ultimately the United States. As a physician-journalist for ABC and NBC News, I had covered tough stories around the globe — from epidemics to wars and refugee camps. But nothing prepared me for the drama and sociopolitical fallout from Ebola. We had all been watching the devastation from this epidemic play out from a distance in print and on television. With each compelling story, Ebola became increasingly tragic and exotic, yet it was safely oh-so-far away.

Events & Conferences

Apr April 02 Tue 2019

12:30pm -1:30pm Tuesday April 2, 2019

Population Health Sciences Presents: Seminar Series

Apr April 03 Wed 2019

8:00-9:00am | Wednesday Aril 3 | LKSC Berg Hall

Medicine Grand Rounds:  Climate's Impact on Megacity Health

Michele Barry, MD, FACP
Senior Associate Dean, Global Health; Director, Center for Innovation in Global Health; Professor of Primary Care and Population Health, Stanford University

Apr April 10 Wed 2019

6pm Wednesday April 10, 2019 SIEPR Gunn Building

Rise with Refugees

In collaboration with Global Health NOW from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Stanford Refugee Research Project is convening UN leaders and other experts to explore how to meaningfully improve conditions for refugees. 

Keynote Address:
Melissa Fleming, Chief Spokesperson, UN High Commissioner on Refugees

Apr April 11 Thu 2019

5-7pm  | April 11, 2019 | Berg Hall A, Li Ka Shing

Can Technology Really Change the Arc of Global Health?

Apr April 18 Thu 2019

4-5:30pm | Thursday April 18, 2019 | Haas Center for Public Service

Pathways to Global Health Careers

Apr April 29 Mon 2019

4:30PM-6:30PM Monday, April 29

Population Health Sciences Documentary Film Screening of  'Salud Sin Papeles: Health Undocumented'

Salud Sin Papeles tells the story of Phoenix Allies for Community Health. PACH is a free clinic built and run by human rights activists in the heart of Phoenix that provides healthcare to the underserved and uninsured.  Come attend this screening and talkback cosponsored by CIGH featuring film Director Juan D Freitez Mora