IPPH is looking for a team-player who thrives in a fast-paced environment and is always ready to be faced with new challenges. You should be a critical thinker with a passion for learning and with excellent communication skills.
The Global Strategy Lab is recruiting a Research Associate to support our research program that is focused on designing strategies that address threats to global health and social inequalities. Past and current studies have focused on access to medicines, antimicrobial resistance, science advice, pandemics and domestic and global public health governance and leadership. This position represents a full-time paid opportunity to pursue an interest in global health, develop skills needed for rigorous social sciences research on health law/policy issues, work across national borders as part
The Global Strategy Lab is pleased to share the exciting news that GSL Director Steven Hoffman will be moving to York University as of July 1, 2017. He will be a Full Professor cross-appointed to the School of Health Policy & Management and Osgoode Hall Law School. YorkU will be nominating Steven for a Tier 1
On May 23rd, an evidence-based art exhibition co-lead by the Global Strategy Lab and the University of Aberta's Faculty of Arts opened at UNAIDS in Geneva, Switzerland. Running from May 23 to June 30, 2017, <Immune Nations> is an evidence-based art exhibition about the constructive role that art can play in global political discourse around life-saving vaccines, and
GSL Director Steven Hoffman is the recipient of a prestigious Ontario Early Researcher Award from the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation for his five-year project, "Techno-Regulation for Improving the Quality of Health News Articles."
News media is one of the most prominent sources of health information, yet heath news coverage is far from optimal. Individuals who rely on the media
The Global Strategy Lab will co-lead an evidence-based art exhibition at UNAIDS in Geneva, Switzerland, from May 23 to June 30, 2017 with the University of Aberta's Faculty of Arts. <Immune Nations>, an evidence-based art exhibition about the constructive role that art can play in global political discourse around life-saving vaccines, brings attention to these debates and the