Skip to McMaster Navigation Skip to Site Navigation Skip to main content
McMaster Logo McMaster logo

Learning Exchange Strengthens Ties with Japan and Highlights Innovations in Research

A delegation from Niigata University in Japan visited McMaster recently, as the two institutions forge stronger ties to build a mutually beneficial partnership in higher education. For over a decade, McMaster’s Global Health Office has welcomed Niigata visitors for the annual learning exchange, which enables participants to collaborate and share knowledge and innovations in research. […]

Read More…

Innovative Epidemic Response Plan Earns Global Health Students Third Place in International Case Competition

A team of McMaster students took third place in the recent international Emory Global Health Case Competition, which tasked this year’s teams with coming up with a method to contain a deadly virus during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. MSc Global Health students Forouhideh Pervandi, Selina Manji, Erin Slade, and Fazila Kassam, along with Engineering […]

Read More…

To Be Inclusive, Canada Must Be Vigilant, Says Ambassador to Norway, Addressing Global Health Students

How do we combat discrimination? How do we facilitate integration? How do we ensure equality and inclusion for all citizens? These were the questions raised in a recent WebEx presentation on multiculturalism in Canada, delivered by Canada’s Ambassador to Norway, Artur Wilczynski, who spoke to MSc Global Health students as part of McMaster’s joint course […]

Read More…

Student Spotlight: Raquel Burgess on Tackling Gender Stereotypes and the Value of Optimism

The summer before she started the MSc Global Health program, soon-to-be-alumna Raquel Burgess read The Invention of Wings, a book about abolitionist sisters who were pioneers of women’s rights. The narrative helped inspire her thesis, which explores gender issues – specifically masculinity – in the context of access to breast cancer care in South Africa. […]

Read More…

Dr. Lynda Redwood Campbell Receives 2018 OMA Presidential Award

McMaster University’s Dr. Lynda Redwood-Campbell was recently awarded the 2018 Ontario Medical Association (OMA) Presidential Award.  This award, presented to a member of the Association, recognizes exceptional and long-standing humanitarian service to the greater community, in Ontario or elsewhere, that brings honour to the medical profession. Redwood-Campbell has been involved with the MSc Global Health […]

Read More…