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Anneliese Depoux from Paris and Tobias Kurth from Berlin have complemented the directors board since January 2016 – Interview

The CVV has been in operation for three years now. What, in your opinion have been the main achievements in this period? AD: The Centre Virchow-Villermé produced in 3 years 17 MOOCs. The firsts four...   Read More

CVV Berlin integrated into the Institute of Public Health

Since January 2016, the Berlin subsidiary of the Centre Virchow-Villermé has been integral part of the Charité Institute of Public Health (IPH), directed by Tobias Kurth. The mission of the IPH is to improve population...   Read More

Labour Migration as an Adaptation of Climate Change: Health Implications, by Aline Philibert

In Africa, climate change is expected to amplify the intensity and frequency of drought or flooding (1), whose uncertainty makes increasingly difficult to predict fluctuations in crop yield and livestock feeding resources. For subsistence agriculture...   Read More

Association between migraine and the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, by Claire Carpenet

Scientific understandings Migraine is a primary headache disorder and ranked as one of the most disabling neurological diseases in adulthood. The one year prevalence of migraine is 6% in men and 18% in women. Typical...   Read More

EDGE International Summer School Politics of the Earth (Paris)

The Centre Virchow-Villermé is part of the organising committee of the EDGE (Environmental Diplomacy and Geopolitics) International Summer School, which will take place in Paris from September 4 to September 9. This summer school is...   Read More

Summerschool – Global Health and Local Knowledge: Learning from Case Studies

The Institute of Public Health, Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the Centre Virchow-Villermé and Chiba University from Japan jointly organize a summerschool about global health interventions in local contexts. Lecturer from Japan, France, United States, Netherlands...   Read More

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