Director of Research
Our mission is to support research to eliminate health disparities and improve the health of people in resource-limited settings both in Indiana and around the world. Our Center is a commons supporting collaborative research teams joined across IU’s schools and campuses to solve the world’s most difficult health challenges and train the world’s future leaders in global health research.
75pre-and post-doctoral trainees mentored in global health research
$7.9million in global health awards in FY 2018
314publications in top-tier journals in the last 5 years
AMPATH is the IU Center for Global Health's signature partnership in Kenya. The AMPATH Research Network includes researchers from nearly 20 institutions in North America, Europe and Africa working to improve the health of people in Kenya and other resource limited settings around the world.
Interdisciplinary teams from IU School of Medicine and colleagues around the world are exploring complex health problems in an effort to address them and improve health.
The East Africa epidemiology International Databases to Evaluate AIDS (IeDEA-EA) is one of seven regional data centers funded by the NIH to provide a rich resource for globally diverse HIV/AIDS data. IU School of Medicine leads the East Africa region in collaboration with several partner universities.
The IU Center for Bioethics and IU Center for Global Health sponsor a monthly Global Health Research Speaker Series. The event is the second Tuesday of the month from Noon-1 p.m. at the Regentrief Institute.
Trainees, faculty and investigators can access lectures discussing the challenges, opportunities and methods of clinical research. Covering a range of core topics, these lectures are meant to give the listener a basic introduction and overview of some key concepts and principles in clinical research.
This series of lectures was supported by the National Institutes of Health through the Fogarty International Center under Award Number D43TW009105, the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences under Award Number UL1TR000006, and in part by the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute funded by grant award number UL1 TR001108 from the National Institutes of Health, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, Clinical and Translational Sciences Award. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.
Director of Research