Stanford epidemiologist and Center faculty affiliate Stephen Luby is quoted in the New York Times about the dangers of the Nipah virus. This rare, brain-damaging virus has broken out in the state of Kerala, India, for the first time, infecting at least 18 people and killing 17 of them, according to... Read More
A recent outbreak of Nipah in South India has renewed interest in the virus, which has a mortality rate of up to 70 percent and has no vaccine or cure. Epidemiologist Stephen Luby, a faculty affiliate of the Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development, explains risk factors and potential... Read More
The Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development invites proposals from Stanford junior faculty members for small projects or for seed funding of projects that, if successful, have the potential to equip investigators to write credible proposals for research to other funding sources based on... Read More
The Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD) and the Stanford Center on Global Poverty and Development are pleased to announce a Conference on Behavioral Economics and Development that will be hosted by Stanford University on Friday January 25 and Saturday January 26, 2019.