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Amita Gupta and colleagues discuss female leadership in academic global health

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2017-05-04
Drs. Gupta, Manabe, Mathad discuss need for more women in global health leadership at CUGH's annual meeting.

Women's Empowerment at BJGMC World TB Day 2017

Post Date: 
2017-04-03
Posted 2017-04-03

Health on the Go: Mobile Clinic Delivers TB Services at Point of Need

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2017-03-24
Thanks to Raj and Bharti Shah, CTIS, & the NB Shah Charitable Trust, we are able to reach more people in Maharashtra who need care

CCGHE at CROI 2017

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2017-02-02
Inflammation biomarkers, hepatoxicity during ART and IRT, TB treatment adherence--just some of the abstracts presented at CROI

2017 Directors' Statement

Post Date: 
2017-01-31
A New Decade of Global Health Impact The CCGHE recently marked its 10-year anniversary, and it’s an occasion that affords an opportunity to reflect on the progress we’ve made so far, and envision what lies ahead. We are encouraged by the changes we’ve seen in health outcomes for people living with...

Global Impact Report

Post Date: 
2017-01-31
Learn about CCGHE's work to improve infectious disease prevention & treatment around the world.

World AIDS Day 2016 at BJGMC

Post Date: 
2016-12-06
Read more about 2016 World AIDS Day activities at the BJGMC Clinical Site in Pune, India.

Smit Receives Staff Recognition Award from Johns Hopkins Medicine

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2016-10-24
On October 21 Johns Hopkins Medicine announced CCGHE Financial Manager Gabriela Smit as one of 3 recipients of the Staff Recognition Award. The award acknowledges Department of Medicine staff members who demonstrate measurably high standards in leadership, teamwork, can do attitude, resourcefulness...

CCGHE at ID Week 2016

Post Date: 
2016-10-11
OCTOBER 27 TB Infection Prevalence, Incidence and Risk Factors among Child and Adult Household Contacts of Adult TB Cases in India Shivakumar SVBY, Chandrasekaran P, Thiruvengadam K, Gupte N, Mave V, Hannah LE, Kulkarni V, Gupte A, Deluca A, Gomathy NS, Sathyamurthi P, Paradkar M, Kohli R, Meshram...

CCGHE at AIDS 2016

Post Date: 
2016-07-20
CCGHE efforts presented at AIDS 2016 in Durban, South Africa

Up Close: Sadaf Inamdar

Post Date: 
2016-07-01
The integrity of clinical trials relies on pharmacological expertise. The pharmacy at the BJGMC site is in capable hands.

2016 Global Health Established Field Placement Awardees

Post Date: 
2016-06-28
The following Johns Hopkins students received Global Health Established Field Placement Awards to work on CCGHE research studies in India and Uganda. Each student is spending a minimum of 6 weeks in the field, and each has been awarded $3500 from the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health for...

CCGHE Scholars Receive 2016 Global Health Established Field Placement Awards

Post Date: 
2016-06-28
Students receive awards to work on CCGHE studies in India and Uganda.

Confronting Gender Based Violence 2016 Course

Post Date: 
2016-06-16
2016-06-16—The Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education (CCGHE) is pleased to launch the free online course Confronting Gender-based Violence: Global Lessons for Healthcare Workers. Registration is now open for the course, which is being offered through Coursera. It is scheduled to...

Up Close: Jessica Elf

Post Date: 
2016-05-31
The quality of air is an ethical imperative.

Awards: 2016

Post Date: 
2016-05-16
2016 CCGHE students receive awards for work on global health

Amita Gupta Appointed US Chair for India TB Research Consortium

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2016-05-11
“After more than 40 years of little discovery, interest, or funding for TB research, we are at a nexus of advancement."

Can Technology & Training Promote Retention in Care & Prevent HIV Transmission?

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2016-05-10
When HIV+ mothers are actively engaged in care, they are far less likely to transmit the disease to their babies. And while HIV+ women in India generally seek initial care, maintaining continuity of care can be challenging. One study in India seeks to answer the question: Can a focused...

Up Close: Savita Kanade

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2016-05-02
Clinical research on the prevention and treatment of tuberculosis and HIV isn’t possible without someone like Savita Kanade, an anthropologist and Community Outreach Coordinator for the clinical research site at Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College (BJGMC-CRS) in Pune, India. As the...

Mobile Technology Developed at Hopkins Medicine Transforming TB Care in Texas

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2016-04-19
Harris County Public Health Environmental Services Hailed TB Elimination Champion by CDC The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently named Harris County Public Health Environmental Services among its 2016 TB Elimination Champions for...

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VERIFY: Viral post says gargling water will prevent coronavirus; Our experts say false

Post Date: 
2020-04-30
Source: 
WUSA (Via WTHR)
As the latest strain of the coronavirus continues to spread, it's put a lot of people on edge. For that reason, many have been quick to believe online posts providing a miracle cure for the virus. The viral post claims that coronavirus "remains in the throat for four days," before it heads to the...

Apakah Pemeriksaan Suhu Tubuh Efektif Menghentikan Penyebaran Virus Corona?

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2020-04-29
Source: 
Femina Indonesia
Dengan kondisi seperti ini, sejumlah ilmuwan menganggap bahwa pemeriksahaan suhu tubuh mungkin tidak selalu efektif. Karena orang-orang yang tanpa gejala atau hanya merasakan gejala ringan bisa saja terlewatkan dari pantauan. Natasha Chida, asisten direktur program beasiswa penyakit menular dan...

Les contrôles de température sont-ils efficaces pour arrêter la propagation du coronavirus?

Post Date: 
2020-04-27
Source: 
Huffington Post Quebec
Natasha Chida, directrice adjointe du programme de bourses pour l’unité des maladies infectieuses et professeur adjoint de médecine à Johns Hopkins , a également souligné les lacunes des contrôles de température. «Cela ne peut pas nuire de mettre en place des contrôles de température dans les lieux...

Are temperature checks effective in stopping corona virus spread?

Post Date: 
2020-04-27
Source: 
Huffington Post
Dr. Natasha Chida
Natasha Chida, assistant director of the infectious diseases fellowship program and assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins, also pointed out the shortcomings of temperature checks. “It can’t necessarily hurt to implement temperature checks in public places to limit people who are...

State response panel, experts meet to strengthen testing

Post Date: 
2020-04-24
Source: 
Hindustan Times
The Health Sector Response and Procurement Committee (HSRPC) of Punjab held a meeting over videoconference with experts from Johns Hopkins University, USA; Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi and PGIMER, Chandigarh, to discuss approaches to strengthen testing strategy in the state. “The state...

Funeral industry concerned about guidance, protective gear

Post Date: 
2020-04-24
Source: 
Associated Press (via Washington Post)
Dr. Natasha Chida
Associated Press: Dr. Natasha Chida was interviewed for this article.

New Stanford Antibody Study Sparks Criticism

Post Date: 
2020-04-22
Source: 
KQED Radio Hosted by Michael Krasny
Two new antibody studies, from Santa Clara County and Los Angeles County, find far more widespread coronavirus infection rates than previously thought.  The findings have big implications for what is known about the lethality of COVID19 as well as when the shelter in place can be eased...

Want to end state lockdowns? Send in the coronavirus detectives.

Post Date: 
2020-04-21
Source: 
The Christian Science Monitor
Contact Tracing
CSM: Bob Bollinger discusses limitations in US capacity for tracing contacts of confirmed COVID-19 cases.

¿Cómo se hace el conteo de enfermos y muertos en la Universidad Johns Hopkins?

Post Date: 
2020-04-21
Source: 
CNN Espanol
Dr. Kathleen Page discusses COVID-19 case and mortality rates. La entrevista es en español. (Interview is in Spanish)

El murciélago y su relación con los virus

Post Date: 
2020-04-21
Source: 
CNN Espanol
Dr. Kathleen Page discusses COVID-19 zoonotic origins. La entrevista es en español. (Interview is in Spanish)

Why Antibody Tests May Not Be the Answer

Post Date: 
2020-04-16
Source: 
New York Magazine
Dr. Natasha Chida
New York Magazine: Dr. Chida discusses COVID antibody testing: "The first step to figuring out immunity in the community is having a good test that performs well"

Crowd-Sourcing COVID-19 Knowledge: Doctors turn to social media

Post Date: 
2020-04-16
Source: 
NBC News (via WDTN, Dayton, OH)
Approved followers can see videos of nurses teaching others how to safely roll over a patient, or how to use a ventilator. Dr. Bob Bollinger of Johns Hopkins says medicine is changing. “I think it can be a very important tool, but it has to be leveraged in a way that it supports the other parts of...

Coronavirus live blog: Infectious disease expert Dr. Bob Bollinger answers your questions

Post Date: 
2020-04-10
Source: 
Fox News
Dr. Bob Bollinger, a professor of infectious diseases at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and consultant at emocha, a digital health startup using telehealth to monitor healthcare providers for COVID-19 symptoms.

US needs more testing to ‘transfer the economy ahead,’ says Johns Hopkins infectious disease expert

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
Gruntstuff
Dr. Robert Bollinger, CCGHE Director, was interviewed for this report on the COVID-19 pandemic. Particularly, the U.S. needs more speedy testing and a greater system of contact tracing to decide who has been contaminated by COVID-19 and who has not, Bollinger mentioned on “Energy Lunch.”...

‘Every part of the country’ still at risk — ex-FDA chief urges US to stay united in coronavirus fight

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
CNBC
Additional testing and contact tracing efforts are critical in obtaining the information needed to “move the economy forward,” Dr. Robert Bollinger of Johns Hopkins University told CNBC earlier this week. He pointed to contact tracing programs in Massachusetts and Maryland as examples that need to...

Economy CANNOT restart until testing and contact tracing improves, says John Hopkins expert

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
Brinkwire
The US economy cannot restart until testing and contact tracing for the killer disease improves, according to a John Hopkins infectious disease expert. Dr. Robert Bollinger of Johns Hopkins University warned that the ‘biggest issue’ in the fight against the pandemic is the...

Without Testing We Do Not Know Where the Virus is and Who Has It

Post Date: 
2020-04-09
Source: 
Background Briefing with Ian Matthews
We begin with the U.S. having close to 500,000 COVID-19 cases, by far the highest in the world, and at the same time one of the lowest rates of testing for the virus with less that 1% of the population tested so far. Dr. Robert Bollinger, Professor of Infectious Diseases at The Johns Hopkins...

New York has 12 TIMES more deaths than California because the state was slow to react to the pandemic, late on lockdown rules and advised residents to 'go on with' their lives, experts say

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
Daily Mail
Dr. Robert Bollinger, CCGHE Director, was interviewed for this report on the COVID-19 pandemic. New York has more than 12 times the number of coronavirus deaths than California because the state was slow to react to the pandemic, late on lockdown rules and had advised residents to 'go on with'...

Is bringing back sports during coronavirus realistic or safe? We asked the experts

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
Los Angeles Times
Dr. Larry Chang
Los Angeles Times: Dr. Larry Chang discusses opening professional sports: “Every practice is a high-risk transmission event.”

Economy CANNOT restart until testing and contact tracing improves in the US, says John Hopkins expert

Post Date: 
2020-04-08
Source: 
DailyMail
DailyMail
Dr. Robert Bollinger of Johns Hopkins University warned that the 'biggest issue' in the fight against the pandemic is the lack of testing, in an interview with CNBC Tuesday.

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