Center for Global and Community Health

Global Health at UTMB trains health professionals to work with vulnerable populations at home and abroad. We provide cutting-edge interprofessional learning opportunities working with our long-term partners to provide safe, well-supervised, and meaningful international electives for our learners. UTMB has field sites in the Dominican Republic, Kenya, Peru and Uganda. The collaborative projects our trainees participate in add significant value to our partners, which maintains UTMB's status as an innovator in global health education. LEARN MORE.

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  • HDEART2019

    HDEART Consortium Summer Workshop 2019

    April 15, 2019, 11:44 AM by Dylan Lancaster
    Registration Now Open. This workshop provides a comprehensive understanding of health disparities, ways to address them to enhance health equity in minority and medically underserved populations.
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  • 2019 GH Track Matching

    Global Health Track & Community Health Track - 2019 Match Results

    March 19, 2019, 10:47 AM by Dylan Lancaster
    Congratulations to our 18 graduating Global Health Track students on successful matches! Of the 18 graduates, 14 matched to primary care fields (78%).
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    Working Wonders in Maua (Kenya)

    May 24, 2018, 09:44 AM by Dylan Lancaster
    Are you considering a Global Health elective? This article delivers a fantastic overview of the work we do in Kenya and the types of experiences our students, researchers and faculty have there. Are you excited yet?
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The Center for Global and Community Health exists to provide life-changing opportunities for students to serve patients, conduct important and timely research, and make a positive impact on emerging public health issues across the globe. Join us in this mission.

“Through strategic partnerships, we will make a difference, not only in our student’s educations, but also in the lives of people everywhere.” Dr. Ben Raimer

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