Research

February 5, 2019

Are you interested in working in Refugee and Population Health? The CGHSR Scholars program is a 1 year program that will allow you to work alongside refugee health professionals through the UN Migration Agency. The program will allow you to gain professional and research skills while pairing you with a UMN faculty mentor.

December 14, 2018

A woman is in labor and she and her baby are in distress; her midwife cannot manage the complications. The nearest neonatal and obstetric care facility is hours away. The transport across Lake Victoria to the mainland takes about an hour, if a boat is even available, then it could take another one to two hours to reach an obstetrician and an operating room, which also may not be available, in a county of one million residents.

November 20, 2018

Working on getting the word out about your global health research? Check out these resources from our November 15, 2018 International Researcher Series event that featured these two presentations:

Showcasing Faculty Research and Expertise
Brad Robideau, National Media Relations Consultant | University Relations

November 20, 2018

Twelve years after and eight thousand miles away from a chance encounter in Africa, two strangers-turned-colleagues and friends reunited on the University of Minnesota campus. The reunion in Minnesota marks a new chapter for the pair, positioning them to expand research and sustainable health solutions by formally launching the Mfangano Community Health Field Station @ the Ekialo Kiona (EK) Center in Kenya.

October 31, 2018

CGHSR extends congratulations to Kelly Searle (School of Public Health), Keith Horvath (School of Public Health), and Jennifer Rickard (Medical School) who are the most recent recipients of the CGHSR Faculty Travel Awards. The next application deadline for CGHSR Faculty Travel Awards is February 1, 2019.

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