Uttam Sharma has done extensive work on impact evaluations of global development work in Bangladesh, Kenya, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda—particularly as they relate to educational outcomes.
Tachi Yamada changed the face of the pharmaceutical industry and along with it the trajectory of global health. Tachi was a beloved mentor, undaunted advocate, and committed philanthropist. His commitment to advancing health in low- and middle-income countries continues to inspire a movement.
Human health is more than what we can define using studies and metrics, says Leon Espira. Our health is a reflection of our interactions with others as we seek better lives for ourselves and our loved ones.
Geoffrey Siwo spent most of his life in Africa, a place with tremendous possibility for fast growing tech and scientific work. Siwo brings interests in computational biology, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology to the Michigan campus.