- Professor Janet Currie was presented with the title Doctor Honoris Causa by the French university for her research focusing on the health and wellbeing of children.
- Faculty affiliated with Princeton's Global Health Program talk about their innovative research on some of today's most pressing health problems in the U.S. and across the globe.
- The 2015 Princeton-Fung Global Forum focused on the Ebola crisis as a critical case study of a modern plague, asking how its lessons learned can improve the global response to current and future disease outbreaks.
- Lu's experiences inside and outside of the classroom fueled an inquiry into the multidisciplinary factors that affect health care at home and abroad.
News and Notes
A new Q&A with Professor Adel Mahmoud addresses the recent debate about requests for emergency funding to fight Zika, and the ways in which funding would be used to control the Zika virus.
Addressing economic hardships in rural America could help control drug epidemic, Wailoo tells Congress
Professor Keith Wailoo spoke at a recent congressional briefing held by the National History Center of the American Historical Association on potential ways to address the drug epidemic and how to best treat those suffering from chronic pain.
Professor Anne Case was a featured guest on the podcast recently to discuss new research on U.S. mortality rates.
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