The Refugee Simulation offers an immersive experience and concrete steps to take action. Graduate student Agok Ayuen, who grew up in a refugee camp in Kenya and is now training in the School of Public Health, is helping to organize the event.
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Fear and self-loathing play a role in conditions from cancer to HIV and COVID-19, spurring a flood of new NIH funding for stigma research. This summer, UAB researchers led — and participated in — a first-of-its-kind “crash course” to bring more investigators into the field.

A study abroad service-learning course begun in 2018 has helped tribal women in rural Kenya improve their quality of life, better weather a pandemic.

Published in Programs & Curricula

Assistant Professor Henna Budhwani, Ph.D., co-led a cross-disciplinary project that was recognized with the Robert Carr Research Award at the International AIDS Conference July 8.

Published in Awards & Honors

Five faculty are translating proven methods directly from Birmingham to locations around the world with pilot funding from the Sparkman Center for Global Health.

Published in UAB Global
Laura Gilmour quit her job in medical sales to pursue a passion to help others. Now, with help from faculty mentors and coursework in the Global Health Studies and MBA programs, she will be providing equipment and training to medical facilities in need around the world.
Published in Achievements
What’s it really like to work in a refugee camp? Is there a place for me? An elective course in the Graduate Certificate in Global Health Studies offers practical advice for students with an eye on working overseas.
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A two-way exchange program will help the School of Nursing prepare health-care professionals to address disparities in care for people in Zambia, Malawi and the United States

Published in Outreach
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