Global Health Neurology Program Events


Countering Global Neurological Burden Will Take Advocacy, Training

Neurologists involved in global health programs calls for more advocacy and training in neurologic disorders in developing countries around the world.

Wanted: Nancy Snyderman reflects on Ebola and calls for commitment to science literacy

Two years ago, Ebola jumped from the jungle into West African cities and ultimately the United States. As a physician-journalist for ABC and NBC News, I had covered tough stories around the globe — from epidemics to wars and refugee camps. But nothing prepared me for the drama and sociopolitical fallout from Ebola. We had all been watching the devastation from this epidemic play out from a distance in print and on television. With each compelling story, Ebola became increasingly tragic and exotic, yet it was safely oh-so-far away.

Events & Conferences

Jun June 06 Thu 2019

June 6, 7-9pm
550 Panama Mall, Stanford, CA 94305

Design for Extreme Affordability's 2019 Design Expo

Our 10 multidisciplinary student teams have partnered with social impact organizations to reduce poverty and its effects around the world.

Join us for a trade show style evening to learn more about their work!

Jun June 12 Wed 2019

June 12, 2019  •
5-7pm, Alway Courtyard

•CIGH Summer Solstice

Come celebrate our global health community as well as connect with students, faculty, and staff from across Stanford. We will also have “around the room” introductions where we will invite Faculty Fellows to share updates on their work. We would love to have you there!