GIDI Lunches a new funding opportunity for Faculty, lecturers, postdoctoral research associates, and graduate students interested in fostering multidisciplinary infectious disease research. Individuals outside of STEM are especially encouraged to apply.APPLY
The Global Infectious Disease Institute (GIDI) announces a call for its iGrant Program. The goal of the iGrant Program is to support innovative, impactful research conducted by individuals.
Mitchell - a community health nurse - studies cervical cancer screening methods in underserved rural communities in both domestic and international populations.
Assistant professor Emma Mitchell-who studies the HPV vaccine, novel cervical cancer screening methods, and co-directs the School's Global Initiatives office - has been named to the Virginia Nurses Association's (VNA) "40 Under 40" Awardees for 2018.
"We need concerted responses to handling notorious and urgent global infectious diseases."
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