Georgetown University takes a multidisciplinary approach to global health research and teaching.
Undergraduate and graduate students can work with faculty on research projects, participate in global health-related events, and network with one another and scholars in the global health field.
If you’re a Georgetown student interested in learning more about global health and exploring careers in the field, check out the programs and opportunities.
This year GHI launched a virtual open house page offering a variety of ways to learn more about global health opportunities at Georgetown. Check out videos featuring faculty leaders describing their academic programs, information on global health academic programs, and links to research centers…
The O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law interviewed New Delhi lawyer and alumnus Kashish Aneja about his experience as an international student interested in global health law to help students learn more about Georgetown's LL.M. program.
Sara Rotenberg, a 2018 GHI student fellow, and her faculty mentor John F. May recently co-published the paper "A Call for Better Integrated Policies to Accelerate the Fertility Decline in Sub-Saharan Africa" in Studies in Family Planning.
Each fall and spring semester, the Global Health Initiative selects a cohort of undergraduate and graduate students to conduct global health research alongside faculty mentors through the GHI Student Fellows Program.
On June 12, Grant Rosensteel, a rising senior majoring in biology of global health and a Global Health Initiative fellow, presented his research at the NetSci Conference in Paris, France, which brings together leading researchers and practitioners working in the emerging area of network science.
Each fall, seniors majoring in global health conduct field research or assume policy-based internships in Asia, Africa, or Latin America as part of the annual Global Health Practical Experience Abroad.