IHME director and lead modeler Dr. Christopher J.L. Murray shares insights from our latest COVID-19 model run.
When we look exclusively at high-income countries and territories with populations of 10 million or more, the US ranks first for its high levels of gun violence.
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.
IHME is excited to announce the revamped Introduction to the Global Burden of Disease training, now available online!
Ethiopia has made substantial improvements in health over the last three decades across regions and chartered cities, in many ways a model for peer nations. However, progress was not uniform across Ethiopia’s highly diverse, multi-ethnic, and predominantly rural population.
This map uses survey data to show COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the US by county and ZIP code, as well as changes in hesitancy over time.
We honor Black History Month by sharing some of IHME's recent work addressing racial disparities in health and challenges faced by the Black community.
WHO/Europe and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) have signed a memorandum of understanding cementing their ongoing collaboration in the areas of health estimates, projections and global health data forecasting.
IHME's COVID-19 estimates have informed responses in two WHO regions: EURO and PAHO.
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.
12 members of the IHME community are honored as Highly Cited Researchers of 2021.
As we enter World Antimicrobial Awareness Week, now is the time to take a closer look at the effect of rising antimicrobial drug use on the world.
The World Health Organization’s Regional Office for Europe (WHO EURO) has issued a call to action to all health authorities in Europe and Central Asia indicating that the region is once again at the epicenter of the pandemic and urging them to do their utmost to address the COVID-19 surge in the region.
Check out the compelling visuals that play a key role in telling data stories.
In honor of World Mental Health Day, we examine the prevalence of mental disorders worldwide, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and urge countries not to neglect the responsibility of caring for their citizens' mental health.
A new study from IHME analyzed data on police violence in the United States from 1980 to 2021 and found over half of deaths from police violence were misclassified or unreported. The researchers also found disproportionately higher rates of death in Black, Hispanic, and Indigenous people.
As National Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15, there is an opportunity to recognize and scrutinize the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 has had on the Hispanic and Latino American demographic.
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in disruptions to routine health services around the world like childhood vaccinations.
We describe how we use survey data to estimate COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in the United States.
Commemorating the annual World No Tobacco Day and highlighting the significant toll that tobacco takes on populations with the worlds most comprehensive data and research from the IHME Tobacco Metrics Team the Global Burden of Disease collaboative.
Maps of mask usage globally, and specifically in the United States, since April 20, 2020
One year after we published our first COVID-19 model, we take a look back at progress made, lessons learned, and how the world has changed.
Listen to IHME director Dr. Chris Murray discuss the future of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Mokdad discusses the importance of ensuring vaccine access to any individual irrespective of their citizenship status, creating a national vaccination plan that heavily involves participation at the local level, details on the COVID-19 virus mutations, and more.
La vacilación ante la vacuna y otros riesgos de comportamiento reducen la probabilidad de inmunidad colectiva.