Click HERE to watch the video of our April 9th event "Global Health Research and Development in New York: Fueling Innovation and Saving Lives."
New York is home to three of the major global health product development partnership headquarters: Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDi), the Global Alliance for TB Drug Development (TB Alliance), and the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI). New York City has the largest bioscience workforce and second largest life sciences workforce of any U.S. city, employing 80,000 people at an average wage of $75,700. To learn more about global health R&D investment in New York, please explore the resources below:
What People Are Saying About Our New York Advocacy Work!
Researchers, Industry Leaders Meet In New York To Discuss Global Health R&D
April 12, 2012
A recap of our April 9th New York forum, highlighting other media hits covering this event.
New York global health community comes together to discuss innovative partnerships in R&D
April 12, 2012
A re-post of our blog recap of the April 9th global health in New York forum.
Rep. Lowey stands up for global health R&D; highlights economic boost to NY
April 11, 2012
An interesting summary of our April 9th Global Health forum panel discussion, focusing on how "global health research and development is fueling innovation and saving lives, not to mention funding jobs and companies in the state."
Global Health Advocates Eye Ryan Budget Plan With Concern
April 11, 2012A discussion of our April 9th New York Global Health forum, highlighting remarks by Rep. Nita Lowey (D-18th-NY) about the proposed FY 2013 budget and how it could potentially impact global health research and development, both at home and around the world.
New York Global Health Community Comes Together to Discuss Innovative Partnerships in R&D
April 10, 2012
A summary of our April 9th event, Global Health Research and Development in New York: Fueling Innovation and Saving Lives.