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Over the past 10 years, our global health work at the University of Minnesota has spanned the globe—from maternal health research on the shores of Lake Victoria to strengthening the healthcare workforce of Afghanistan.

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Maternal Emergencies Without A Safety Net

A new paper has recently been published by researchers from the University of Minnesota and Maseno University about their Monitoring Maternal Emergency Navigation and Triage on Mfangano (MOMENTUM) Study.

Q&A With New Leaders of the Global Health Student Advisory Board

The University of Minnesota's Global Health Student Advisory Board (GHSAB) is an interprofessional global health student group. This committee of student representatives from graduate and professional programs across the Health Sciences…
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New Global Engagement Grants Program – Request for Proposals

Our new Global Engagement Grants offer funding for innovative projects by faculty, researchers, and students that blend work in research, education, and capacity building.

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Join us for our fifth annual Quie and Peterson Global Health Lecture, with a focus on the spillover effects from COVID-19 and impacts across the world, from the United States to Bangladesh to Peru. 

Since early 2020, the global community has shifted attention squarely onto combating and mitigating the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the world has not stood still—while our attention was on COVID, there have been spillover effects in fields from health and infectious disease to community development and technology. In this virtual event, hear how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the landscape in which we do global health work.

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