Tuberculosis Survival Prize (2011)

Reviewed by a jury working in the humanitarian field headed by Nobel peace laureate Betty Williams, Visual Epidemiology’s documentary film They Go to Die was awarded the Tuberculosis Survival Prize (in absentia) at an awards ceremony in Lille, France. The Prize is an international prize that recognizes innovation in TB/MDR-TB advocacy and social mobilization. The Tuberculosis Survival Project gives the annual award, supported by the Lilly MDR-TB Partnership.

Lowell S. Levin Award for Excellence in Global Health (2011)

Given by Yale University, the Lowell Levin Prize is awarded to work that will address health promotion and global health. The award  was given to Visual Epidemiology Director Jonathan Smith’s based on his “experience.. as well as leadership in the academic environment and community involvement.”

Yale Global Health Initiative Field Experience Award (2010)

Given by the Yale Global Health Initiative Award Committee, the Yale GHI Field Experience Award is given to help foster innovative ideas in global health. Recipients receive intellectual and financial assistance to develop groundbreaking projects in Global Health. The Award fostered Visual Epidemiology to grow into the non-profit organization it is today.