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Last week, the Global Health Academy 2021 took place in an online format with a focus on the COVID-19 pandemics. The conference was conveyed by the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health (HIGH) and aimed at practitioners, researchers and PhD students in the public health domain.
Dr. Sven Lautenbach with support by Steffen Knoblauch and Marcel Reinmuth [...]

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Next week Tuesday and Wednesday, 2.-3. November the Global Health Academy will take place. An online forum for an open exchange, debate and training on Global Health challenges.
The Forum is hosted by the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health together with the Heidelberg Graduate School of Global Health. In close collaboration with the Institute of Global [...]

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A couple of viruses are of global interest with respect to human health and well-being. These pathogens include the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, Dengue, Chikungunya, Yellow fever, Zika and Ebola. These viruses show interesting spatio-temporal dynamics. Improved understanding of the driving and moderating factors will help to cope with these pathogens.
The recently funded new project geoEpi [...]

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