Please see below for a list of resources to support work in global health:
A Guide to Scientific Writing
Interested in how to make your science writing more compelling? Have questions about how to frame your research question, rationale, and results? Check out our Director of Research Steve Luby's Guide to Quantitative Scientific Writing.
Go Global is an online infrastructure developed by the Office of International Affairs to better support Stanford-related global activities. Here you can search for other global health projects going on at Stanford by faculty or region and get travel advice from Stanford.
**If you are planning international travel, be sure to register with the Office of International Affairs travel registry.
Visit the Global Health Funding website from the Stanford Research Management Group for the latest funding opportunities, announcements and reminders.
Consortium of Universities in Global Health (CUGH) Resource List
The Consortium of Universities in Global Health (CUGH) has created a comprehensive online list of global health resources. The list includes more than 180 websites considered relevant to professionals in global health, including listings for global health education, courses and language training programs, job & field placement opportunities, a checklist for planning your global health field experience, and more! Be sure to check it out on the CUGH website.