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20 years of expanding access to health

Professor Vivekanand Jha was originally attracted to working at the Institute by its novel approach to research and its global mandate. These days he finds himself working on tough health challenges closer to home.  

20 years of success in stroke treatment

Neurologist Professor Craig Anderson has played a key role in The George Institute's efforts to improve stroke treatment.

20 years of project management

Over the past two decades, researchers’ findings have improved millions of lives – but there are less well-known staff behind the scenes who play just as pivotal a role, like Helen Monaghan.

20 years of game - changing kidney research

For two decades, The George Institute has been at the forefront of global efforts to improve kidney disease treatment around the world, as Professor Vlado Perkovic explains.

20 years of influence

For two decades, The George Institute has searched for new ways to influence health decision makers so that lives can be improved around the world, says Executive Director of The George Institute, Australia, Professor Bruce Neal.

20 years of challenging the status quo

From its first days, The George Institute has always been thinking big and challenging the status quo, as Professor Anushka Patel explains.

In June 2019, The George Institute for Global Health’s Distinguished Fellow Professor Corinna Hawkes gave a keynote address at our event on creating healthy, sustainable, city food environments, drawing on her work as Vice-Chair of the London Child Obesity Taskforce.

20 years of fostering talent

Professor John Chalmers AC has been part of The George Institute’s story from the very beginning.

20 years of vision to reality

As Executive Assistant to The George Institute co-founder Robyn Norton for the last 19 years, Kristina McDaid has had a unique perspective on the growth of the organisation.

Media release: 

NEW DELHI, Nov 7. The George Institute for Global Health in India (TGI)  and the Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) have joined hands to promote public health research in India and to build the capacity of budding researchers to do cutting-edge research in the area. The partnership is focussed on addressing real-world health challenges through development and testing of innovative solutions that bridge the gap between research and policy.