The Center for Global Health coordinates and supports Northwestern University’s research, training, and clinical trial projects overseas. Current areas of active research encompass the fields of infectious diseases and HIV, gynecology, bioengineering and community medicine. Further efforts will build on other Northwestern research strengths that may benefit from an international presence such as oncology, endocrinology, neuroscience, microbiology and rehabilitative medicine.
Find details on our individual projects via the links below.
Additional Research Resources
Our center looks for opportunities to support our investigators and trainees in their work. See more via the links below.
- Research Catalyzer Funding for Faculty
The Center for Global Health is pleased to offer support to affiliated Northwestern faculty for research in global health.
- The Right Choice: Responsible Conduct of Research
Access this video series and other training materials developed to guide discussion and decision making, produced in connection with one of the center's previous D43 NIH grants; we feel it has value to current and future research projects
- Northwestern Global Health Foundation
Learn about this Northwestern organization that identifies high-impact and technically feasible medical technologies and supports them through commercialization processes