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Master’s Graduates Prepare to “Take Science to the People”

Thirty-eight students received their master’s degree in Global Health at a commencement ceremony on July 29, 2016, in Byers Auditorium on the UCSF Mission Bay campusMore

New Master’s Program Co-Associate Directors Named

The annual close of the Global Health Sciences (GHS) master’s program is a transition for faculty and staff as well as students.More

Alumni Profile: Ashley Lucas, MS '15

Ashley Lucas had worked as a nurse for 10 years before moving from Toronto to enter the GHS master's program and change the course of her career. Although she had done some clinical work and medical repatriation in Africa, Indonesia, and the Middle East, she wanted to go deeper into the world...More

Educating, Empowering & Connecting Students and Alumni at CUGH Conference

GHS students and alumni showed up in force at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health conference held in San Francisco, April 9-11, 2016More

Alumni Updates, Spring 2016

Winnie Chan, MS ’15, recently returned from an elective in Shantou, ChinaMore

Alumni News and Publications Winter 2016

Alumni News and Publications Winter 2016More

Alumni Profile: Five Questions for Harry Whittle, MS '14

Harry’s capstone research earned him the 2014 John L. Ziegler Annual Outstanding Capstone Award. His two published manuscripts are Experiences with food insecurity and risky sex among low-income people living with HIV/AIDS in a resource-rich setting in the Journal of the International AIDS Society...More

First PhD cohort brings diverse skills and experience to program

A cohort of five exceptional students launched the Global Health Sciences PhD program on Jan. 4, 2016More

Meet the Master's Class of 2016

Global Health Sciences welcomed a new cohort of students in the Master of Science in Global Health, who began the yearlong program in mid-September.More

Alumni News and Publications Fall 2015

Alumni News and Publications Fall 2015More