In summer 2011, the Master of Urban Design program offered its first international semester in Shanghai, China.
Feeding the children of Haiti
Lora Iannotti, Brown School assistant professor, continued her work in Haiti on undernutrition in children even after a catastrophic earthquake.
Giammar seeking new solutions for underground carbon storage
Dan Giammar, PhD, is going deep into the earth to find a potential solution to store carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.
Excerpt from the article, Second Assessment of NeuroAIDS in Africa
HIV assessments were performed at each of the communities in this cohort as a part of the Ethiopian Neurologic AIDS Research Consortium.
Washington University receives $8 million to lead international childhood malnutrition effort
Gordon’s research first established a link between obesity and the trillions of friendly microbes that live in the intestine.
Gordon elected to American Philosophical Society
Gordon is known widely for his pioneering studies demonstrating how the tens of trillions of microbes that live in the gut influence human health.
Camille Lynn Wright, a fashion major in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, traveled to Senegal.
Gut microbes at root of severe malnutrition in kids
A study of young twins living in Malawi shows that severe malnutrition is triggered by more than poor nutrition.
Students participate in inaugural global health research program
Eight students were selected to participate in the Inaugural Global Health Research Program from nearly 100 applicants.
Fourteen students get firsthand global health experience in Haiti
14 students joined Lora Iannotti, PhD, on a trip to Haiti to gain firsthand experience in issues related to global health.