IHME is committed to sharing our research with a number of different audiences, and, therefore, our researchers regularly present at conferences, policy meetings, and academic gatherings around the world.

Beyond participating in these events, IHME also hosts conferences, symposia, and workshops to encourage dialogue and enhance the understanding of the latest findings, challenges, and measurement innovations in population health.

Upcoming events

Synergizing Global Actions for Sepsis, AMR, and PPPR for Attaining Health Related SDGs: High-Level Side-Event on the Margins of UNGA78

September 1, 2023 | New York, USA and online


IHME professor Dr. Mohsen Naghavi will share the opening presentation of the event, titled "Global Burden of Sepsis and Patient & Family Perspective." Other distinguished speakers include GBD Collaborator Dr. John Nkengasong, who will deliver the keynote speech, "Synergizing Sepsis, AMR, and PPPR Policies and Actions for Attainment of SDG 3."


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Event recordings


Online EU-US conference on Long COVID

IHME faculty member Theo Vos presents on the research agenda for long COVID as part of the EU-US Conference on Long COVID.


2022 Research!America Advocacy Awards

IHME Director Christopher Murray has been honored with the Building the Foundation Award, which recognizes one or more individuals whose basic research discoveries have played a pivotal role in advancing public health.


Research!America: Strengthening Pandemic Communication and Response

Dr. Ashish Jha, Dean of Brown University School of Public Health and Christopher Murray, Professor & Chair, Health Metrics Sciences and Director, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington discussed their respective roles in addressing COVID-19 and their observations and hopes for the future.  


2020 Roux Prize Virtual Celebration

Congratulations to Kristin Braa & Jørn Braa on being awarded the 2020 Roux Prize for turning evidence into health impact! 


GBD 20th Anniversary Q&A with Bill Gates

A compilation of remarks made by Bill Gates during his keynote speech at the Global Burden of Disease 20th Anniversary Symposium. For all recordings of the GBD 20th Symposium, visit here.


GBD 20th Anniversary

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Global Burden of Disease study, those who have invested and been impacted by this work reflect on the past two decades.


GBD 20th Anniversary Keynote: Jim Kim, World Bank

Keynote: Jim Kim, World Bank Introduction: Christopher Murray, IHME, University of Washington Moderator: Julio Frenk, University of Miami For all recordings of the GBD 20th Symposium, visit here.