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Below is a list of global health related open events hosted or recommended by the School of Global Health - University of Copenhagen.

  • 23 October 2018, 14:30-15:30

    Meet Research Superstar Dr. Robert Langer from MIT

    Come to an inspirational talk by chemical and biomedical engineer Dr. Robert Langer; one of the world's ten most cited researchers and leader of one of the most productive and profitable research facilities. » Read more

  • 23 October 2018, 15:15-17:15

    MScGH Thesis Symposium

    The University of Copenhagen global health master students are hosting a thesis symposium on 23 October from 15:15-17:15 at CSS 15.3.01 Students will present their thesis projects and the symposium is open to everyone with an interest in global health For more information on the symposium, please visit the Facebook event:https://www.facebook.com/events/338030836958805/ » Read more

  • 30 October 2018, 13:15-15:00

    Seminar on Social Network Organization of Health

    The Centre of Healthy Ageing and Asian Dynamics Initiative invite you to a seminar with Yoosik Youm, Professor of Sociology, Yonsei University » Read more

  • 1 November - 2 November 2018

    The Political Origins of Health Inequities and Universal Health Coverage

    This conference will bring together researchers, policy makers, activists and business people from around the world who are engaged in cutting edge work on issues related to inequities in health and universal health coverage » Read more

  • 5 November 2018, 09:00-17:00

    Behavioural Design Case Competition

    Application deadline: 24 September 2018 » Read more

  • 9 November 2018, 09:30-17:00

    Seminar: Bandim Health Project's 40-year Anniversary

    The purpose of the seminar is to share the BHP research results with a wider group of interested fellow researchers, stakeholders, and past and hopefully future collaborators. We will also discuss the importance of looking for and pursuing contradictions of conventional wisdom in global health; based on 40 years of research, BHP will claim that this is an important path to gain new insights and make longlasting improvements in global health. » Read more