Improving TB Treatment—and Survival—in the World’s Poorest Places

Improving TB Treatment—and Survival—in the World’s Poorest Places

Tuberculosis researcher Christopher Vinnard of Rutgers’ Public Health Research Institute is developing a urine test that can pinpoint—easily and resourcefully—the effectiveness of patients’ TB treatment dosages. This new test would be more accessible to clinicians in low-income countries.

Something Big is Happening at Rutgers

Something Big is Happening at Rutgers

On March 27, Rutgers Global Health Institute is participating in the fourth annual Rutgers Giving Day, a 24-hour event that inspires significant philanthropic support for hundreds of causes across Rutgers. Institute director Richard Marlink will personally match the first $500 in donations.

Introducing Global Health Connection

Introducing Global Health Connection

Global Health Connection is a monthly newsletter published by Rutgers Global Health Institute. Each issue includes global health stories, events, and relevant resources from across Rutgers, all curated for your inbox in an easily digestible format.

How to Develop Cultural Competence

How to Develop Cultural Competence

Nursing science faculty member Susan Caplan, an authority on the assessment and treatment of mental health issues in Latino communities, offers practical tips for developing cultural competence while working in global health.