Disease and Poverty Program

Featured Items

Global burden of neglected diseases
Impact of Measles Vaccine Hesitancy
Invest in Global Child Nutrition
The minimum wage & early life health

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The Global Health Program examines the determinants and impact of health throughout the world, with a focus on neglected tropical diseases and the economics of health care policy in low-income settings. Areas of study include health and technology policy, maternal and child health, and the socioeconomic determinants of health in developing countries as well as wealthy countries such as the Group of 20 nations, where extreme poverty exists but is often overlooked.

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Fellows & Scholars

Peter J. Hotez

Peter J. Hotez, M.D., Ph.D., is the Baker Institute fellow in disease and poverty. He is dean of the National School of ...
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