Our goal is to catalyze effective global health research at the University of Minnesota, as well as in our networks and hubs.

We accomplish this by supporting the development of research proposals and projects that are interdisciplinary and span multiple institutions. We participate in opportunity scanning and the development of research partnerships that advance new discoveries, impact health outcomes, and promote socially responsible population-based research. 

CGHSR and the Guangxi Center for Disease Prevention and Control (Guangxi CDC), Nanning, China fund proposals for new research projects based in Guangxi, China.

Seed Grants to fund new research projects based in Uganda. 

This series highlights best practices in planning and implementing global health research studies.

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. 

Global Health Impact Map

Global Health Impact MapThe map contains AHC faculty led research, education/training, clinical care, and community outreach activities related to global health.

View research activities on the map

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Research ethics at the University of Minnesota

We are committed to protecting research participants, upholding ethical standards, and improving our practice at every step of our work.