How to bring the exhibit to your location

A mobile version of the Washington DC-based exhibit, also known as the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) version, features key elements of the main exhibit organized into 16 display panels (printable in any format), along with A/V interactives, 3D printable pathogens, and other educational resources. One unique feature of the mobile Outbreak exhibit is that it contains customizable panels. Local organizers are invited to develop content relevant to their country or regional context in these customable panels. Examples of this DIY exhibit in action around the world can be found here.

The Harvard Global Health Institute (HGHI) is an official distributor for the DIY version of Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World, for the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of Natural History.

HGHI is helping to bring the mobile, DIY exhibit to countries around the world and is grateful for the support of Cimpress and its Mass Customization Platform for their printing and shipping of the Outbreak exhibit for Harvard University and to many countries around the world and locations within the United States that might otherwise not have access to this exhibit. If you are interested in learning more about bringing Outbreak to your organization or country within the US or overseas, please contact

During Outbreak Week 2018, the Harvard Global Health Institute displayed the mobile exhibit at seven events throughout the week which featured eight panels developed by Harvard faculty and staff. Click here to learn more about the exhibit at Harvard University.