Acting on DataDiscover stories from around the world about the people turning IHME evidence into health impact.
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).
Dr. Andrew Marshall, Lead Research Scientist at IHME, shares his experience having obsessive compulsive disorder, common misconceptions about OCD, the nuanced stigma he’s experienced around this disorder, what empathy can look like, and what advocacy can help achieve.
Congratulations to IHME Professor Lalit Dandona for being awarded the G Parthasarathi Oration at the Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST).
An IHME study based on the 2021 Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study found that in 2020, 619 million people suffered from lower back pain globally.
Honoring Deaf History Month: a conversation with researcher Lydia Haile about IHME’s hearing loss study
An IHME study based on the 2019 Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study found that in 2019, nearly 1.6 billion people globally were living with hearing loss.
A study from IHME on health care spending shows that the cost savings of cutting Medicaid spending aren’t so simple. The August 2022 study tracked health care spending by state from 2000 to 2019 in order to understand what the main drivers of spending are and to figure out which drivers policymakers can influence.
In honor of World TB Day 2023, we asked IHME Assistant Professor Dr. Hmwe Hmwe Kyu to tell us more about her work on tuberculosis.
A new study from IHME forecasts what COVID infections, hospitalizations, and deaths might look like from mid-December 2022 through the end of June 2023.
An analysis of global health spending reveals that an additional 15 billion dollars annually are needed to prepare for the next pandemic.
As the year 2022 winds down, what is next on the horizon for global health? We turned to our IHME experts for their takes on the most critical health issues to watch in 2023.
IHME director and lead modeler Dr. Christopher J.L. Murray shares insights from our latest COVID-19 model run.