Central Asian Global Health Supercourse

Please visit the new Supercourse journal, Central Asian Journal of Global Health (CAJGH) , and submit your papers.  See abstracts in Russian and English already published in CAJGH

Vol 1, No 1 (2012)

New directions in building a scientific social network: Experiences in the Supercourse project and application to Central Asia by Meredith Hennon, Ronald E. LaPorte, Eugene Shubnikov, Faina Linkov

Missing Millions and Measuring Progress towards the Millenium Development Goals with a focus on Central Asian States by Roy Carr-Hill

Is the Supercourse useful for Latin America? by Nicolas Padilla-Raygoza, Faina Linkov, Eugene Shubnikov, Ronald E. LaPorte, Rosalina Diaz-Guerrero

Effects of Amyloid Beta Peptide on Neurovascular Cells by Sholpan Askarova, Andrey Tsoy, Tamara Shalakhmetova, James C-M Lee

The Case of NRENs in Central Asia by Robert Franciscus Janz, Askar Kutanov

Public Health Challenges and Priorities for Kazakhstan by Altyn Aringazina, Gabriel Gulis, John P. Allegrante

The HUPO Human Proteome Project (HPP), a Global Health Research Collaboration by Gilbert S. Omenn

Vol 2, No 1 (2013)

Lifestyle intervention as a treatment for obesity in school-age-children in Celaya, Guanajuato: An experimental study by Nicolas Padilla-Raygoza, Rosalina Diaz-Guerrero, Ma. Laura Ruiz-Paloalto

Speman®, A Proprietary Ayurvedic Formulation, Reverses Cyclophosphamide-Induced Oligospermia In Rats. by Mohd. Azeemuddin Mukram, Mohamed Rafiq, Suryakant D. Anturlikar, Pralhad S. Patki

BRCA1 and BRCA2 Gene Mutations Screening In Sporadic Breast Cancer Patients In Kazakhstan. by Ainur R. Akilzhanova, Bagdat Nyshanbekkyzy, Zhannur M. Nurkina, Ivan I. Shtephanov, Abay K. Makishev, Tasbolat A. Adylkhanov, Tolebay K. Rakhypbekov, Erlan M. Ramanculov, Kuvat T. Momynaliev

Cardiovascular risk factors in young male adults: impact of physical activity and parental education by Serap Çuhadar, Ayşenur Atay, Gülcan Sağlam, Mehmet Köseoğlu, Levent Çuhadar

Socio-Structural Barriers, Protective Factors, and HIV Risk Among Central-Asian Female Migrants in Moscow by Christopher Zabrocki, Stevan Weine, Stephanie Chen, Ivana Brajkovic, Mahbat Bahromov, Sana Loue, Jonbek Jonbekov, Farzona Shoakova

The Impact of Global Institutions on National Health HIV/AIDS Policy Making in Developing Countries by Zhanat Mokushev

The State of Cardiovascular Disease in the Kyrgyz Republic by Ryskul B. Kydyralieva

Precision of Disability Estimates for Southeast Asians in the American Community Survey 2008-2010 Microdata by Carlos Siordia, Vi Donna Le

Our goal is to begin to establish a Global Health Network Supercourse in Central Asian Countries for the improvement in training in Global Health and Prevention.

 Supercourse mirrored site www.pitt.edu/~super1



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Center of dissemination at the Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan  http://nu.edu.kz

This project is made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The contents are the sole responsibility of the University of Pittsburgh and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States  Government.