Partnership Supports Radiology in Malawi

May 3, 2016

Imagine the typical day in the life of a radiologic science student. You are most likely envisioning the student in a lab learning to use new equipment under the watchful eye of the instructor. Or perhaps you would picture the … Continued

Pharmacy Students Travel to Moldova

January 29, 2016

Olena Northrup, a fourth-year doctor of pharmacy student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy, hails from Ukraine, so she did not expect that visiting neighboring Moldova for a few weeks to share perspectives on … Continued

Crowd Simulation Research Aims at Reducing Mass Casualties

January 29, 2016

When someone mentions global health, a lot of people think about disease. Whether it’s medical professionals on the front lines of the latest outbreak of infection or researchers developing a new cancer treatment, when we hear “global health,” we tend … Continued