The Emory University Global Health Institute

Jeffrey Koplan

The Emory University Global Health Institute was established by the President of Emory University to develop innovative research, training and programs to address the most pressing health challenges around the world, particularly in poor countries.

Jeffrey P. Koplan, MD, MPH, former director and veteran of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) heads the Emory Global Health Institute. Dr. Koplan is also the Vice President for Academic Health Affairs at Emory University's Woodruff Health Sciences Center.

Sound Bites from Dr. Koplan



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Creating sustainable projects through partnerships

44 sec.

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Gates Foundation putting spotlight on global health

38 sec.

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Leveraging funds: receiving matching funds from national governments

34 sec.

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Global health goes behind just health: example of Sub-Saharan Africa

38 sec.

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Impact of civil war on the health of a nation

23 sec.

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Countries in transition, with double-burden of developing and developed world problems

53 sec.

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Global Health Institute's impact will be long-term

1 min. 3 sec.

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