Welcome

  • 2016 Global Health Case Competition Results

    Congratulations to everyone who competed in the 2016 Competition!

  • Global-Local Course

    Global Health in a Local Context: Social Determinants, Community Engagement, and Social Action in MN

  • Global Health Day Photo Contest Winner

    Congratulations to Bridget Griffith for her winning photo "Tsetse Fly Lab"

  • Global Health Impact Map

    AHC faculty led research, education, clinical care, and community outreach activities

News

Congratulations to everyone who helped made the Uganda Research Symposium & Hub Celebration a success! A few photos from the event are on our website and we will be sharing more information in the coming weeks.

We have created a Global Health Impact Map to broadly communicate the Academic Health Center's efforts in global health as well as to facilitate researchers and learners in connecting with each other for collaboration. We are currently in the process of populating the map and database with AHC faculty led research, education/training, clinical care, and community-based activities.

The University of Minnesota’s Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility (CGHSR) in partnership with the organization SocMed is pleased to offer, Global Health in a Local Context: The Social Determinants, Community Engagement, and Social Action in Minnesota,

Location: Guangxi University, China

CGHSR is assisting in the hire of a Research Program Coordinator who will serve as the liaison between investigators, ancillary institutions, and relevant regulatory bodies for a clinical research site at Guangxi University in China.

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2016 U of M Global Health Case Competition! Fourteen teams spent five days immersed in the Syrian refugee crisis, developing proposals for sustainable interventions. On January 30th, they made their presentations to an expert panel of judges that represented an agency of the UNHCR seeking fresh perspectives to cope with the large and growing number of refugees in the countries surrounding Syria. This case was challenging and immense in its scope. We applaud the teams’ outstanding effort.