Research projects funded and supported by NIEHS and NIH Fogarty International Center in Thailand, Egypt, and the Democratic Republic of Congo are addressing exposures related to brain and nervous system disorders in children.
The health consequences of chemical exposures in the environment may cost the world more than 10 percent of the global gross domestic product, according to a new study by NIEHS-funded researchers.
GEH Chat examines the work that NIEHS is doing to build a community of practice in India to increase capacity to address environmental and health concerns.
In November 2017, WHO assembled a global group of policy, advocacy, research translation, and education experts at the Second Meeting on Avoidable Early Environmental Exposures.
2018 Triangle Global Health Career Day
2018 Annual CUGH Conference: Health Disparities: A Time for Action
2018 Global Health & Innovation Conference
71st World Health Assembly
2018 GEH Day