Mousumi Banerjee's trip to India, her home country, in spring 2021—when the country was ravaged by its worst Covid wave—was the first time she truly saw the human side of the data she engages daily as a biostatistician.
The Center's Distinguished Seminar Series continues with Richard Adanu, rector of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, discussing his extensive experience as a physician, clinician, and leader in global health and medical education.
Impact Scholar Ryan Rego was in Bangladesh recently, working with research partners to lead a large study on vaccine hesitancy. They hope their work will support improved healthcare, access, and communication around vaccines leading to increased uptake and reductions in vaccine-preventable diseases.
Siobán Harlow arrived at Michigan Public Health with a new vision for global health. A seminal workshop in Mexico, the first-ever meeting to address occupational risks to human reproduction in that country, had inspired her.