In addition to our topic-specific e-newsletters, you can sign up for general News From PATH updates on our work. Photo: PATH.
In addition to our News From PATH general email updates for our friends and colleagues, PATH offers a number of topic-specific e-newsletters. Find out how to sign up below.
A Healthy Dose, quarterly updates on our drug development work
A Healthy Dose gives advocates, policymakers, government and agency leaders, and anyone interested in global health a quarterly update on our work in drug development. Each issue features reports from the field, news on the latest clinical trial milestones, and resources in nonprofit drug development.
DxNEWS, quarterly updates on our work in diagnostics
DxNEWS provides updates on PATH’s work in diagnostics, showcases the contributions of partners, tells stories about diagnostics in the field, and shares useful resources for the diagnostics community.
GHS Bulletin, bimonthly updates on global health security
GHS Bulletin provides updates on outbreaks of global importance, news on issues in global health security, and progress in PATH’s country activities in support of the US government’s Global Health Security Agenda.
HPVflash, a news bulletin on cervical cancer
HPVflash is an email news bulletin that disseminates useful cervical cancer prevention information, including updates on vaccines against the human papillomavirus, to interested persons worldwide. HPVflash emails are emailed only a few times a year.
Immunization Matters provides quarterly updates from PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access (CVIA) on late-stage and licensed vaccines included in our portfolio as well as our work on health economics and optimization, operations research, and support to countries. It includes updates on our progress, partnerships, and specific activities.
Innovation for Global Health
Innovation for Global Health is a monthly newsletter published by the Global Health Technologies Coalition (GHTC). The newsletter includes updates on the latest in global health research and product development, with a focus on activities by US Congress, US federal agencies, the global health and development community, and GHTC members.
Making Malaria History, a periodic update on our malaria control partnership
The Making Malaria History newsletter provides updates on the latest malaria research and news, provides advocates with timely data and resources, and shares evidence and field tools currently being used in malaria-endemic countries. Submissions and suggestions for articles are encouraged. To contact us, please email email@example.com.
- Sign up for Making Malaria History on the Making Malaria History website by clicking on the “send me updates” link at the top of the site.
- View past issues on the Making Malaria History site.
Moving the Needle
Moving the Needle provides quarterly updates from PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access (CVIA) on our vaccine development efforts, as well as related supporting work, such as developing human challenge models, building capacity of developing-country vaccine manufacturers, and evaluating new adjuvants and other novel vaccine technologies. It includes updates on our progress, partnerships, and specific activities.
MVI Update, news from the PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative
The Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) provides news and updates to collaborators and partners through the MVI Update. Each issue opens with a letter from the director and provides articles about MVI’s work in malaria vaccine development and in preparing for vaccine availability and accessibility.
RotaFlash, breaking news on rotavirus disease and vaccines
RotaFlash provides breaking scientific news on rotavirus disease and vaccines and updates on progress toward increasing global access to vaccines against rotavirus, the leading cause of severe and fatal diarrhea in young children worldwide.
Saving Lives Through Better Data
Saving Lives Through Better Data provides quarterly updates on the Better Immunization Data (BID) Initiative's efforts to improve data collection, quality, and use. It includes updates on progress, partnerships, and specific activities.
Sayana Press Update, periodic news about PATH’s Sayana Press pilot introduction and research
Sayana Press Update provides periodic updates on PATH’s work on Sayana® Press, an injectable contraceptive packaged in the Uniject™ injection system. Project activities include country-led pilot introductions of Sayana Press in sub-Saharan Africa and research on on the impact of Sayana Press through various delivery channels, including self-injection.
- Sign up for Sayana Press Update.
- Inscrivez-vous à Sayana Press Actualités en français.
- View past issues on our Reproductive Health Program website.
Vaccines for the Future, a quarterly update from PATH’s vaccine development program
Vaccines for the Future provided quarterly updates on our efforts to accelerate the development of innovative, safe, effective, and affordable vaccines against the leading causes of childhood deaths in developing-world populations, pneumonia (pneumococcal disease) and diarrheal disease (rotavirus, Shigella, enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli), as well as new vaccines for the global population against influenza, meningitis, and respiratory syncytial virus. It included updates on our progress, partnerships, and specific activities.
This newsletter is no longer being published and has been replaced by two newsletters: Moving the Needle provides updates on our vaccine development work, and Immunization Matters focuses on our vaccine uptake and access work.
Vaccine and Pharmaceutical Technologies News and Updates
Vaccine and Pharmaceutical Technologies News and Updates provides semiannual briefings on PATH’s work to advance innovative technologies that help improve vaccine and pharmaceutical products and the way they are delivered, especially in low-resource settings. The e-newsletter offers public health colleagues, technology partners, and other stakeholders a variety of scientific updates, programmatic announcements, upcoming event listings, and additional resources for further reading.