Global Health Neurology Program Events


Research in Progress Seminar

Tuesday, September 22nd
4:00PM - 5:30PM
CHP/PCOR Conference Room
117 Encina Commons
Stanford, CA 94305

Joshua Salomon, PhD
"Re-tooling cost-effectiveness analysis for global health relevance"

Center for Innovation in Global Health
Research Methods Retreat

September 23rd  & September 30th
8:00 am-5:30 pm
Location Y2E2 Building,  Rooms 299 and 300

Instructor: Steve Luby, MD. Director of Research, Center for Innovation in Global Health

For for more information email Denishia Clark at

2015 ASTMH Annual Meeting
64th Annual Meeting

October 25-29, 2015
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Keynote Speaker: Honorable Rajiv Shah, MD, MSc, former administrator of the United States Agency for International Development.

"We are really looking forward to hearing from Dr. Shah at the Annual Meeting," ASTMH President Christopher V. Plowe, MD, MPH, FASTMH, said. "He was a transformational leader at USAID, which greatly advanced its position at the forefront of global health and development on his watch. Dr. Shah has a special appreciation of the intertwining roles of policy, politics, research, development and implementation -- we hope that his insights, especially about bringing together diverse partners, will provide a framework for some good discussions during the days after his lecture," Plowe added.

Open Now: Registration for the 64th Annual Meeting

Register today for the Annual Meeting, Oct. 25-29, 2015 in Philadelphia, PA, and take advantage of the early-bird rate. Special pricing is also available for students, post-docs and trainees. See detailed pricing information here.

Call for Submissions

Global Development & Poverty Initiative Poster Session - Call for Submissions!

Stanford Global Development and Poverty (GDP) Initiative is holding a research poster session on May 7, 2015 (4:00 - 6:30 pm), intended to bring together students and faculty from across campus to share, collaborate and discuss their research in developing countries. GDP invites poster submissions for completed or in-progress research on any topic based in a developing country. Interested faculty and students from all departments are encouraged to participate! Notification of intent to submit a poster and questions should be directed to Davis Albohm.

Healthcare Inaugural Global Health Edition - Call for Papers

Healthcare: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation is calling for submissions to the inaugural global health issue of the journal, which will be published in Dec. 2015. The issue will emphasize innovations and initiatives occurring throughout the world, with lessons applicable to healthcare delivery in the U.S. Submissions of original research, perspectives, case studies and review articles are welcome. Papers should be submitted online and will be reviewed on a rolling basis through May 1, 2015, the submission deadline. Please see the Guide for Authors for more information on articles and submission requirements; contact the editorial team.