Mary Brophy Marcus

Mary Brophy Marcus is the deputy managing editor of Think Global Health. She is a health journalist who specializes in medicine, health policy, and global health. She has been a health reporter and editor for CBS News, USA Today, and U.S. News & World Report.

Poverty

Health Care in Africa: The Challenges of Innovating at the Interface of the Public and Private Sectors

An interview with Bright Simons, technology innovator, development activist, and social entrepreneur

Governance

How 9/11 Transformed Aid and Global Health Programs in Fragile States

A conversation with global governance expert Stewart M. Patrick

Governance

Q&A with Margaret Hamburg and Tom Frieden on 9/11

Two former New York City health commissioners and global health leaders look at public health over the past two decades

Poverty

On the Ground in Haiti Days After Disaster

Haiti-based humanitarian Bruno Maes shares scenes from a shaken Caribbean country 

Poverty

How Haiti's History Has Hindered Its Disaster Readiness

Broken trust, neoliberal interference, and poverty are to blame says a former reporter who survived the 2010 earthquake

Governance

U.S. Monkeypox Case Contained

But strong international partnerships are needed to keep the virus from spreading in the future

Governance

When Inequity, Political Instability, and Culture Meet COVID

An interview with Dr. Patricia Garcia, former health minister of Peru and global health leader

Poverty

Gaza and the West Bank: Reflections From a Psychiatrist

Q&A with a Doctors Without Borders physician working in a traumatized region

Governance

Controlling Tobacco Use in the United States

The United States' menthol ban puts it on a shortlist of countries prohibiting flavored tobacco