• India Programs

    CGHSR is launching two new Global Health Programs in India this Winter.

  • 2016 Global Health Case Competition

    Interdisciplinary teams of students collaboratively analyze a real-world global health challenge.

  • Global Health Impact Map

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

  • Funding an international experience or research?

    Check out our list of funding opportunities

    IMER program


Due date:
Wed, Sep 30, 2015
Event date:
Wed, Nov 4, 2015 - 8:00 am to Fri, Nov 6, 2015 - 5:00 pm
Location: Kampala, Uganda

The University of Minnesota is celebrating ten years of collaboration, research, and education with the Infectious Disease Institute (IDI) at Makerere University. This event is meant to highlight achievements stemming from the partnerships with IDI and Makerere University, as well as to advance the work for the next 10 years and beyond.

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.

We are seeking a new member of our team to work with the One Health Workforce US AID grant. The major responsibilities for the Global One Health Education Specialist will include the design of educational programs with a particular focus on developing capacity to prevent, detect and respond to infectious disease threats among the interdisciplinary health workforce in Southeast Asia and/or Central and East Africa.

We are now accepting applications for the Fogarty Global Health Fellows program. The program provides 11-months of support for doctoral students and post-doctorate trainees interesting in conducting research in one of our partner countries. Fellowship funding includes stipend, research funds, and travel.

GHSAB is a committee of student representatives from across the Academic Health Center (AHC). This student board works collaboratively to define the global health related priorities of students across the AHC, and advises CGHSR on various topics that are brought to the board for review. Additionally, this group promotes student initiatives and opportunities for learning within global health systems.