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    Liga Inan is a mobile health (mHealth) technology providing pregnant women with regular text messages to promote healthy behaviors during their pregnancy, delivery, and postpartum periods, and is the first of its kind in Timor-Leste. Photo credit: Jessica Dyer
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    Implementation Science

    Develop and apply evidence about how to get "what works" into
    routine practice with greater speed, efficiency, quality, and coverage.

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    2017 Global Health graduates. Photo credit: Tara Brown
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    Alumni Connect

    Current and former MPH and PhD students – check out our alumni platform
    to connect with UW global health grads around the world!

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    Dr. Michael Chung, Director of TREE, and Sharon Greene, a PhD student in Epidemiology, talk with a patient at the Coptic Hope Center in Nairobi, Kenya. Photo credit: Paul Brown
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    Global Health Resource Center

    Connect with the GHRC to learn about funding for fieldwork,
    access career services, and attend global health events.

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    Global Health students attend an HIV/AIDS class at the UW School of Public Health, Fall 2015.
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    Help Change the World for Students

    With a matching gift

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    Lab details, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA. Photo credit: UW SPH
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    Meet DGH's Research Assistants

    Learn about their backgrounds and get their first-hand perspective of life as an RA.

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    Lucia Rodriguez, MPHc, Global Health, asks Paul Farmer a question.
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    Race, Equity, and Health

    Dr. Paul Farmer asks UW students to reflect on the roles
    that racism and inequality play in global health.

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    Illustration of Zika virus in the blood stream. Image credit: Kateryna Kon
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    Diagnosing Zika

    Researchers warn that current methods only diagnose the tip of the iceberg.

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    Dr. Agnès Binagwaho speaking at UW.
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    A Participatory Approach

    Dr. Agnès Binagwaho talks global health and how 
    trust and equity is in the heart of everything.

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    Shigella bacteria. Image credit: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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    A Critical Window for Prevention

    Death from diarrheal disease remains the second leading cause of 
    death in children under five, worldwide. And it is entirely preventable.