Institute for Global Health and Development
Schneider Institutes for Health Policy
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University
To bring the best research in global health and development to leaders and policymakers to achieve results at scale with a focus on the poor and social justice.
Stanley S. Wallack, Ph.D.
BUILDING ON ITS IMPRESSIVE BASE of faculty, degree programs and policy work, the Heller School recently expanded its existing Schneider Institutes for Health Policy by investing in the establishment of The Institute for Global Health and Development (IGHD). In collaboration with the Programs in Sustainable International Development, the IGHD provides a vibrant home and new resources for faculty, researchers and students who share an interest in international health and development. With a focus on identifying “actionable learning,” IGHD seeks to impact policy making by transferring and diffusing knowledge to those driving policy and implementing reform.
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Content current as of March 19, 2013
Donald Shepard is the guest editor of the latest volume of WHO's Dengue Bulletin with 7 original studies co-authored by Brandeis researchers.
Does Funding from Donors Displace Government Spending for Health in Developing Countries?
Pathways of Health Technology Diffusion: The United States and Low-Income Countries
Cost-effectiveness of a dengue vaccine in Southeast Asia and Panama: preliminary estimates
Susan Holcombe -- Health and hygiene behaviour change: bottom-up meets top-down in Tibet.
Cristina Espinosa -- Ethnic Spirituality, Gender and Health Care in the Peruvian Amazon.