A Global Mission
The health challenges of today present complex cultural, economic, political and geographic issues. To tackle these challenges the global community requires scientific innovations and collaborations from among clinical, research, and educational professionals.
At the Center for Global Health, we stand at the center of this network - activating people and programs willing to improve the health and well-being of millions around the world. Our work includes implementation of clinical training programs, infrastructure development for the prevention and treatment of communicable diseases; and corporate consultation in global health education.
The Center for Global Health has five areas of focus: family and child health, community health system development (with an emphasis on eHealth), translational research (with an emphasis on vaccines, new therapeutics, and diagnostics), adult health (with an emphasis on non-communicable disease and occupational health), and education in Colorado and throughout the world.
Stay Up to Date!
Center for Global Health status renewed as a WHO Collaborating Center to Promote Family and Child Health. Learn about the re-designation!
Center for Global Health leads revision of pediatrics in disasters training program to address needs of refugees, displaced populations and children caught in high conflict areas. Learn more!
We are proud to announce the addition of Jon Kim Andrus, MD, as adjoint professor and senior investigator. Dr. Andrus, who is known for his work on vaccines and immunizations around the world, comes to the Center from the Sabin Vaccine Institute in Washington, DC, where he was Executive Vice President and Director of Vaccine Advocacy and Education. With the addition of Dr. Andrus, the Center will be better positioned to promote policies that will yield public health benefits of vaccines and immunizations, provide technical assistance to national vaccine programs, and carry out vaccine-related research. Read the press release.
Center for Global Health partners with Baylor College of Medicine and Guatemalan researchers to study neurological effects of Zika virus in young children. Study funded by the National Institutes of Health. See the Press Release
Registration is open for the upcoming Helping Babies Breathe 2nd Edition Training sponsored by the Center for Global Health and Centura Health: April 10 & 11, 2017! Learn more.
The 2018 Scholarship Cycle is open! Click here to find scholarship criteria and applications. Due date: March 12, 2018 (end of day).
Read the latest issue of the Global Health link, newsletter of the Center for Global Health. Check it out!!