Center director Joseph Kolars discusses with Rwandan Minister of Health Dr. Sabin Nsanzimana Rwanda's current efforts to strengthen its healthcare system, including significant expansions of the health workforce and international partnerships.
The Center's Distinguished Seminar Series concludes the academic year with Amina Abubakar, professor of Psychology and director of the Institute for Human Development at Aga Khan University in Nairobi, discussing her experiences in Kenya that led to her focus on neurocognitive and mental health outcomes for children.
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.
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.