Acting on DataDiscover stories from around the world about the people turning IHME evidence into health impact.
“[Antimicrobial resistance (AMR)] is a huge health challenge,” said Helen E. Clark, the former prime minister of New Zealand, at the January 2024, Davos session, “Bad bugs no drugs: Facing a world without antibiotics.”
We sat down with researcher Claire Henson to discuss a new study on education and longevity.
“[Antimicrobial resistance (AMR)] is really that cross-cutting issue that can bring a stop, or regression, to the progress that we have made when you think about modern medicine,” said Yewande Alimi, AMR/ONE Health Lead at Africa CDC.
IHME’s Professor Ali H. Mokdad began his career at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This fall, he returned to his roots, giving a presentation about IHME’s work to fellows through the CDC Global Public Health Systems Branch.
Africa CDC, an independent health agency of the African Union, and IHME joined forces to promote data science and evidence-based decision-making throughout Africa.
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.
Una entrevista con la Dra. Gisela Robles Aguilar, la primera autora de un reciente estudio dirigido por IHME sobre la resistencia a los antibióticos en la Región de las Américas de la OMS y una investigadora de la Carga Mundial de Morbilidad en la Universidad de Oxford.
An interview with Dr. Gisela Robles Aguilar, the first author of a recent IHME-led study on antibiotic resistance in the WHO Region of the Americas and a Global Burden of Disease researcher at the University of Oxford.
Curiosity is the springboard to great discussions. That’s the premise of Trevor Noah’s new YouTube series called The Prompt, where he explores serious topics with probing questions. There are a few laughs along the way, too.
An interview with Drs. Alize Ferrari and Damian Santomauro, IHME’s experts on mental health for the Global Burden of Disease study.
Congratulations to Dr. Jean Jacques Noubiap, MD, PhD – 2023 winner of the GBD Emerging Researcher Award
Dr. Jean Jacques Noubiap is a specialist physician and scientist from Cameroon whose career has centered around combatting the burden of disease of populations in Africa, with a focus on cardiovascular risk factors and diseases.
A new study led by IHME shows that arthritis is a prime cause of disability among the general population, particularly women and people with uteruses.
As wildfires rage across the Northern Hemisphere, many people are wondering how the smoky air might affect their health.
We’re excited to unveil some new features that will make your search for health data faster than ever.
Nearly 36 million Europeans – or 1 in 30 – may have experienced long COVID in the first three years of the COVID-19 pandemic, announced the World Health Organization (WHO) European regional director Dr. Hans Kluge, who cited the latest estimates by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME).