Employee blogIHMErs (pronounced I-H-M-E-ers) share a passion for mission-driven work with a global mindset. Learn what it's like to be part of our community.
We spoke to Kayla Taylor about her work on IHME’s Resource Tracking team.
Fifteen members of the IHME community are honored as Highly Cited Researchers of 2023.
Remote@IHME is an Employee Resource Group for all staff who identify as remote employees. To get a sense of what it’s like being a remote employee at IHME, we asked the leaders of Remote@IHME a few questions.
People and Performance Specialist, Anna Wisely, shares IHME's journey building a remote work community in the wake of the COVID-19 and beyond.
Mina O'Brien, Senior Academic Development Manager, describes the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at IHME and her contribution in founding the DEI Council.
Engagement Manager Maja Pašović describes how she learned the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion from her upbringing in Sarajevo, and how she brings those values to her work at IHME.
IHME professor Dr. Hernández Prado shares his experience working on the evaluations team and how he connects with IHME's culture and mission.
Get to know our Chief Diversity Officer with a Q&A from the University of Washington School of Medicine.
IHME researcher Emma Castro shares her experience being a co-lead author on a Lancet paper studying the impact of COVID-19 in US states.
For Women's History Month, female researchers in the IHME community share their experiences working in global health, reflect on their accomplishments, and offer career advice to fellow researchers.
On International Women's Day, we celebrate Dr. Dirac's advancement to Assistant Professor and learn about her career path in public health.
Seventeen members of the IHME community are honored as Highly Cited Researchers of 2022.
Luisa joined IHME as a Postdoctoral Scholar working on the Global Burden of Disease study (GBD) and on HealthRise, an impact evaluation project, and has grown to be a key leader on both GBD risk factor teams and grant-funded research projects.
Dr. Ali H. Mokdad was named as one of the Ramadan Top 30 Illuminators of 2022 by Hayat Life magazine, which annually recognizes 30 influential cultural Muslims – one for each day of Ramadan – who are making remarkable contributions to society.
Dr. Heidi J. Larson, clinical professor at the Institute for Health Metrics Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington and professor at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, was named to the BBC 100 Women List 2021, released on December 7.