Brisbane, home to McDonnell International Scholars Academy Symposium co-host The University of Queensland, provided a beautiful backdrop for the important discussions on pressing global issues.

Mental health: growing global knowledge means more support for people

Through the knowledge shared in the Aging & Public Health session of the McDonnell International Scholars Academy Symposium, I started to think more about the daily impact of our research for family and society, an important motivation for me.

Hacking Health

March 20 – 22, CIC @4240. This past weekend the Skandalaris Center’s first ever Healthcare Hackathon successfully ended its first run with seven unique teams presenting their ideas. With a focus on translational science in medicine and healthcare, teams aimed to ‘hack’ the best practices and products from other industries to see if they could be repurposed […]

Global Health Week September 23-27, 2013

Each year, the Global Health Scholars in Medicine program enables 10 internal medicine residents to treat refugees at clinics in St. Louis.

Young-Shin Jun

Water: Vital for life

One of the world’s most precious resources is essential for public health, food supply and the economy.

Graham A. Colditz

Niess-Gain Professor; Chief, Division of Public Health Sciences, School of Medicine; Deputy Director, Institute for Public Health, School of Medicine; Associate Director of Prevention and Control, Siteman Cancer Center

Ambassador to: The University of Queensland