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2013 Photos

image of a world map.Fogarty’s Division of International Relations provided key staff and support for NIH’s World RePORT, an illustrative mapping database system designed to facilitate communication and coordination of biomedical research funded by major government agencies and philanthropic organizations around the world.
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Photo of Dr. Francis Collins and Mr. Bill GatesGlobal health philanthropist Bill Gates and NIH Director Dr. Francis S. Collins see synergies in their efforts to find new vaccines for HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis and other diseases.
Photo by Bill Branson/NIH.
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Photo of Bill GatesBill Gates, speaking at the 13th annual David E. Barmes Global Health Lecture in Dec. 2013, thanked NIH for partnering with his foundation on research.
Photo by Bill Branson/NIH.
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photo of an electronic handheld deviceFogarty and NIH collaborated with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in a public-private partnership to help identify counterfeit or substandard anti-malarial medicines with the deployment of the FDA-developed Counterfeit Detection Device, called CD-3. To verify the tool's use in a low-resource setting, researchers will conduct a pilot study in Ghana at sites established by U.S. Pharmacopeia, then will expand testing to other locations.
Photo courtesy of FDA.
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photo of a large stack of books. photo of an ereader.
Before (left) and after (right): Funding from the Medical Education Partnership Initiative, co-administered by Fogarty, has helped Africa's medical schools move from hard copies of textbooks, which are expensive and quickly out-of-date, to tablets that provide access to the latest information.
Photos courtesy of MEPI Ethiopia.
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2012 Photos

Photo of  Dr. Roger I. Glass and Dr. Pe Thet Khin.Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass (left) visited Burma to discuss possible research collaborations with the country's health minister, Dr. Pe Thet Khin. (Photo courtesy of U.S. State Department)
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Photo of Dr. Francis Collins and Dr. Bill Martin observing a cookstove demonstration.NIH director Dr. Francis Collins (second from left) discusses indoor air pollution with Dr. Bill Martin of NICHD while observing a cookstove demonstration with workshop participants and other guests. (Photo by Michael Spencer for Fogarty/NIH)
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Photo of Fogarty grantees at the 25th anniversary AITRP.Fogarty grantees and collaborators met to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Center's AIDS International Training and Research Program (AITRP). (Photo by Jeff Gray/Fogarty)
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2011 Photos

A photo of Drs. Francis S. Collins and USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah.NIH Director Dr. Francis S. Collins and USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah said they are working to better connect NIH research discoveries with global health development. Shah delivered the 2010 David E. Barmes Global Health lecture. (Photo by Michael Spencer, NIH Medical Arts and Photography Branch)
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A photo of Lord Nigel Crisp.Speaking at an event hosted by Fogarty, Lord Nigel Crisp said that health professionals should look to low- and middle-income countries for low-cost innovations. (Photo by Ernie Branson, NIH Medical Arts and Photography Branch)
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Photo of scientific and laboratory equipment from NIH.Fogarty worked with the Embassy of Chile in Washington to coordinate the loan of five tons of scientific and laboratory equipment from NIH to numerous Chilean university research laboratories and facilities severely damaged by the 2010 earthquake. The 84 pieces of equipment included computers, microscopes, micro-injectors, centrifuges, freezers and other items. (Photo by Dr. Jim Herrington, Fogarty International Center)
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A photo of Fiona Godlee.Fiona Godlee, Editor in Chief of the British Medical Journal, presented a discussion of the stunning investigation she published that revealed the MMR vaccine scare was based not on bad science but on deliberate fraud. (Photo by Jeff Gray, Fogarty International Center)

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A photo of Fogarty Director Dr. Roger Glass.Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass spoke at the first annual U.S.-Russia Scientific Forum. The event was held in Moscow to explore research collaborations in areas of common interest. (Photo courtesy of the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health)
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A photo of Dr. Francis Collins with young scientists in India. NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins discussed possible research partnerships with young scientists on a recent trip to India. Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass accompanied Dr. Collins on the trip, touring the country’s top research sites, reviewing existing collaborations and discussing potential new areas for partnership. (Photo by Dr. Roger I. Glass, Fogarty International Center)
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2010 Photos

A photo of Dr. Hans Rosling.Dr. Hans Rosling of the Karolinska Institute drew a standing-room only crowd at his talk titled, "The New Health Gap: Science for Emerging Economies vs. the Bottom Billion." (Photo by Ernie Branson)
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A photo of G8 representatives meeting at NIH.G8 representatives and leading African researchers met at NIH to discuss African research capacity. (Photo by Bill Branson)
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The Fullbright logo.Fulbright logo courtesy of U.S. Department of State
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A photo of Dr. Jean 'Bill' Pape.Longtime Fogarty grantee Dr. Jean 'Bill' Pape visited NIH to report his center's HIV/AIDS research has resumed, just months after Haiti's devastating 2010 quake. (Photo by Bill Branson).
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A photo of Dr. Francis Collins speaking to a program participant.NIH Director Dr. Francis S. Collins learns about one participant's experience in Fogarty's Scholars and Fellows program. (Photo courtesy of the Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health.)
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A photo of Dr. Roger I. Glass and Bill Gates.Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass greets Bill Gates, who was a keynote speaker at the 2010 mHealth summit. (Photo Courtesy of Foundation for the National Institutes of Health.)
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2009 Photos

a photo of Dr Roger I Glass, Dr. Francis Collins and Dr. Patricia Garcia.Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass introduces NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins to longtime Fogarty grantee Dr. Patricia Garcia, of Peru’s Cayetano Heredia University at the first meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health. (Photo by Will Kirk, Johns Hopkins University)
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a photo of Dr. Gerald Keusch, Dr. Ken Bribord and Dr. Flora Katz.Boston University associate provost and former Fogarty director, Dr. Gerald Keusch (center), catches up with Fogarty staffers Dr. Ken Bridbord (left) and Dr. Flora Katz (right) during the Consortium of Universities for Global Health meeting at NIH. (Photo by Jeff Gray, Fogarty International Center)
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a photo of Secretary Kathleen Sebelius speaking at a podium.U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was one of the keynote speakers at the 2009 mHealth Summit, sponsored by the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health and Microsoft Research.
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a photo of Dr. Jeffrey Sachs speaking.Health economist and Fogarty Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, tells an overflow audience at NIH, "We still have the need, we still have the opportunity" to improve global health. "The question is whether we can get organized." (Photo by Bill Branson, NIH Medical Arts and Photography Branch)
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a photo of Dr. Francis Collins speaking during a trans-NIH working group.NIH director Dr. Francis Collins urges members of the new trans-NIH working group on global health research to find better ways to leverage resources and coordinate international activities to improve human health. (Photo by Michael Spencer, NIH Medical Arts and Photography Branch)
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2008 Photos

a photo of three men standing together; two shaking hands.Fogarty International Center marked its 40th anniversary with a gala dinner at the Italian Embassy in Washington on October 15, 2008. The event—sponsored by the Foundation for NIH—brought together leaders from Congress, federal agencies, the scientific community, advocacy groups, the diplomatic corps, and business leaders to celebrate Fogarty's 4 decades of contributions to global health. (From left): Foundation for NIH Chairman Dr. Charles A. Sanders greeted Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass and Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.).
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a photo of three men seated at a table during a panel discussion.As part of Fogarty's 40th anniversary celebrations, the Center co-sponsored a symposium titled "The Role of Science in Advancing Global Health Diplomacy," held at the Georgetown University Law Center on Nov. 12, 2008. Panelists included (from left): Former U.S. Ambassador to Uganda Jimmy Kolker; former NIH Director Dr. Elias Zerhouni, and Harvard School of Public Health Professor Dr. Jim Kim. (Photo by Jeff Gray, Fogarty International Center)
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a photo of a man lecturing at a podium.Former NIH Director Dr. Harold Varmus delivered the 2008 David E. Barmes Global Health Lecture titled "The U.S. Commitment to Global Health." Fogarty co-sponsors the annual event with the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research in honor of the late David E. Barmes, who was a special expert for international health at NIDCR. (Photo by Ernie Branson, NIH Medical Arts and Photography Branch)
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2007 Photos

a photo of a panel of researchers seated in front of a large screen displaying a globe.On October 22, 2007, NIH's Fogarty International Center and National Library of Medicine co-sponsored the launch of the Council of Science Editor's global theme issue on poverty and human development. The event coincided with the publication of related research by more than 230 journals worldwide. Researchers gathered from around the world to present scientific discoveries published as part of the theme issue.
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a photo of Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt meeting with African officials.Fogarty Director Dr. Roger I. Glass (center) accompanied U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt (left) on a visit to Africa in August 2007. They met with local officials and observed U.S. government programs that are delivering health care to underserved communities.
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