Research!America Shares Findings About Global Health R&D In Maryland

In this post in the Global Health Technologies Coalition’s (GHTC) “Breakthroughs” blog, Danielle Doughman, program manager for global health research and development (R&D) advocacy at Research!America, shares the organization’s findings about the state of Maryland from an analysis conducted in target states to measure the health and economic impact of global health R&D. “The robust federal investment and presence in Maryland reflects the fact that more than three-quarters of Marylanders say Americans should be concerned about global diseases like malaria, cholera, and other infectious diseases that mostly affect poorer countries,” Doughman writes (2/7).

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