Other Global Health Collaborations at Brown

Institutional partners

The myriad of global health activities with which Brown faculty are involved include but are not limited to training overseas health care professionals, studying the genetics and demography of cardiovascular disease, and starting-up and maintaining health clinics to prevent mother to infant transmission of HIV. Education of undergraduate and graduate students, as well as of medical students, residents, and fellows in training, constitutes an integral part of both the research and clinical care components that embody these efforts.  A number of institutional partners across the university support these directives, and the GHI is pleased to promote them.


Centers, Institutes, and Programs

Department of Anthropology

Department of Economics

Department of Emergency Medicine

Department of Family Medicine

Department of Medicine

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Department of Pediatrics

Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

Department of Surgery

Department of Sociology


BRIGHT Pathway in Medicine, Pediatrics, and Medicine-Pediatrics Residencies

Brown-Kenya Moi Exchange Program

Brown University AIDS Program (BRUNAP)

Brown University School of Public Health

Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights

International Health Institute (IHI)

Lifespan Center for International Health Research (CIHR)

Office of Global Engagement

Population Studies and Training Center

Providence/Boston Center for AIDS Research (CFAR)

Watson Institute for International & Public Affairs