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NCI Center for Global Health

Center for Global Health Seminar Series

NCI’s Center for Global Health (CGH) Seminar Series welcomes distinguished speakers from the global health field to present their work and stimulate discussion of ideas around global cancer research.

For questions about the CGH Seminar Series, please contact Dr. Makeda Williams at willimak@mail.nih.gov.

Building a Cancer Program in Sub-Saharan Africa: The AMPATH-Oncology Model

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February 14, 2013 - Dr. Patrick Loehrer provides the background and current status of an ongoing experiment in health care delivery focused on enhancing the research, educational and clinical care infrastructure for western Kenya.

Pathology in Africa - Current Status, Future Direction

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January 15, 2013 - Dr. Ann Marie Nelson provides data on the current state of the pathology workforce, workload, infrastructure and education in three areas of Africa (East, South and West).

Making Research Integral in Policies for Health

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November 20, 2012 - Dr. Luis Gabriel Cuervo presents on how the landscape for research for health has been transformed recently in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Can Global Health Research Add Value to Cancer Prevention and Control: A View from Fogarty

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October 16, 2012 - Dr. Roger Glass discusses the burden of cancer and how global health research can inform cancer control planning and implementation.

The Effectiveness of Global Health Policy Networks

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September 18, 2012 - Dr. Jeremy Shiffman takes a look at “global health policy networks,” which consist of the individuals and organizations linked by a shared concern for a condition.