In addition to its core research, IHME leads a number of special research projects focusing on the Global Burden of Disease, health resource allocation, malaria control, and population health measurement and evaluation. IHME is collaborating with hundreds of public health experts and researchers around the world on these projects.
In support of USAID’s strategic plan in reducing child mortality with a view to achieving zero preventable child deaths, IHME is conducting quantitative analyses.
IHME, in collaboration with the Inter-American Development Bank, is measuring effective intervention coverage and health systems performance in southern Mexico and Central America.
IHME is measuring effective coverage in all Washington state counties and conducting one of the largest health surveys ever launched in a local population, work that will provide a model for other states.