Positioned for ImpactThe Global Health Program emphasizes international collaborations, in the field and in the classroom. We develop and support a range of collaborations and pilot projects that:
- Enrich our educational mission
- Connect students to global health research
- Change outcomes for people worldwide
A Range of Projects
Below is just a sampling of the projects our faculty and students are working on today.
Princeton Global Network on Disease Epidemiology
Partners: Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU), Viet Nam; Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics and Policy (CDDEP), US / India
Scope: In 2014, Princeton announced the launch of an Infectious Disease Network. Funded by the Princeton Global Collaborative Networks Fund, the program merges the robust tropical field epidemiology of OUCRU in Viet Nam and CDDEP in India with Princeton’s advanced epidemiological and policy analysis. Learn more
Student work: Students will have opportunities to participate in research.
Led by: Bryan Grenfell, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology & Woodrow Wilson School
Princeton-Brazil: Global Health
In 2012, the University launched a ground-breaking partnership with the University of São Paulo in Brazil. Led by GHP co-director João Biehl, Anthropology, the program incorporates cross-university exchange, new avenues for faculty research and internationalized student experiences.
- Undergraduates: Undergraduate research planning
- Graduate students: Graduate research support