• 2nd Annual Health of Migrants Conference

    Date/Time: -, 2018 - -
  • Global Health Track Scholarly Presentation

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    4.208 Marvin Graves Bldg. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/FGcN9RaoMYzRpgz93. Bring your own drink.
  • 7th Annual Global Health Education Symposium

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  • Global Health Track Scholarly Presentation

    Date/Time: , 2018 - -
    1.102 Mary Moody Northern. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/v7jSS2ztkOS2FLZC2. Bring your own drink.
  • Global Health Track Scholarly Presentation

    Date/Time: , 2018 - -
    1.102 Mary Moody Northern. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/MGTt87Z3nJUti8GJ2. Bring your own drink.
  • GH Track Scholarly Presentations

    Date/Time: , 2018 - -
    1.102 Mary Moody Northern Bldg. Two presentations. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/4zaxBbUDmbw2hKsD2. Bring your own drink.
  • GH Track Scholarly Presentation

    Date/Time: , 2018 - -
    1.102 Mary Moody Northern. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/pWkLVCKJvDUl91wM2. Bring your own drink.
  • SIGHT/STS Present: The New Barbarianism

    Date/Time: , 2018 - -
    Documentary: relationship between wars & healthcare, the limited global response, and possible ways to move forward.
  • GH Track Scholarly Presentations

    Date/Time: , 2018 - -
    4.208 Marvin Graves Building. Three presentations. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/SM3hU1eoKpRqVvNd2. Bring your own drink.
  • 2018 Glocal (Global is Local) Conference

    Date/Time: -, 2018 - - Location: 6100 Main Street, Houston, Texas
    Come see our very own Dr. Jeff Temple as the keynote speaker on Saturday, March 10, at the 6th Annual Global Health Conference in Houston. Free for UTMB Students.
  • The Power of Compassion (Physicians for Human Rights)

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    Marcel and Josephine Patterson Memorial Lecutre in the Medical Humanities and Physicians for Human Rights (UTMB Chapter) present this lecture by Irene Guenther, Ph.D. Space is limited and a light lunch will be provided. RSVP needed.
  • Physician's for Human Rights (PHR) Chapter Kickoff

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    The Physicians for Humans Rights (PHR) student chapter is having its launch at UTMB! The goal of this organization is to create a greater culture of humanitarian concern and awareness at this UTMB.
  • SIGHT Fundraiser for GH Scholarships

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    Stop by Joe’s Cafeteria on Monday (1/22) between 11am-1pm to support the SIGHT (Students Improving Global Health Together) Bake Sale. Proceeds will benefit student scholarships for international rotations.
  • Deconstructing Torture Myths

    Date/Time: , 2018 - -
    The Physicians for Humans Rights (PHR) student chapter is having its launch at UTMB! The goal of this organization is to create a greater culture of humanitarian concern and awareness at this UTMB.
  • Jack Sibal: Challenges of Medical Providers in Foreign Lands

    Date/Time: , 2018 - - Location: 1.102 SHP Building
    1.102 SHP Building. Topics: Actual Mass Casualty, HIV, Malaria, Dengue, Ebola, Pollution & chronic diseases.
  • Global Track Student Presentations (5)

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    1.102 Mary Moody Northern. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/ZQSt3qDZtxiamBkV2. Bring your own drink.
  • Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Programs in Sub-Saharan Africa - Nancy Mugisha (MS4)

    Date/Time: , 2017 - -
    4.208 Marvin Graves Building. RSVP for pizza - https://goo.gl/forms/KAKcixawzLtBva7j2. Bring your own drink.
  • Student Presentation: Stephanie Tutak

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  • UTMB Global Health Education Symposium

    Date/Time: , 2017 - -
    UTMB's 6th Annual Symposium will explore the role of academic institutions in global health policy, implementation and leadership. The Symposium will occur on October 14th in Galveston, Texas, highlighting the work of UTMB and other regional institution trainees in global health.
  • Who Cares for the Health of Migrants

    Date/Time: -, 2017 - -
    Conference objectives are to 1)better understand immigrant health status and access to care, 2)address gaps in policy and intervene on behalf of migrants, and 3)identify concrete next steps to enhance collaboration.