New US$100,000 Prize
The Roux Prize rewards bold action to improve population health through disease burden evidence. Nominations close March 31, 2014.
IHME faculty members, research scientists, and fellows are frequent presenters at academic gatherings, scientific conferences, and policy meetings around the world, where they showcase the Institute’s research into health and mortality trends, newly developed methods and tools, and more. A collection of our research presentations is available below.
This presentation describes IHME’s county-by-county estimates of life expectancy in the United States between 1989 and 2009, compares local health outcomes, and points to some of the biggest drivers of health disparities.
This presentation describes how the quality of causes of death data is measured and how the quality of these data can be improved.
This presentation analyzes current trends in public and private financing of health programs worldwide and how these trends may affect progress to reach the Millennium Development Goal targets as the 2015 deadline draws near.