In the pursuit of well-being, worldwide, we share knowledge, equip leaders and build interdisciplinary, multisectoral teams to address urgent global health challenges.
The Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health strives to enable collaborative programs in global health for residents, medical students, graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and undergraduates by reaching across geographic, cultural, economic, and gender boundaries to inspire a new generation to work for social change, justice and increased equity in global health outcomes.
As global warming advances and environmental systems change, human health is threatened. Stanford’s interdisciplinary teams seek to understand the impact of our changing world and to find solutions that help people and protect the planet.
We address the challenges to global health and work to resolve inequities in health outcomes by unleashing the power of a more diverse talent pool. Our programs help ensure that decision makers in global health better represent the people whose lives and well-being depend on their decisions.
We connect Stanford clinicians to the world by working with local partners to expand their clinical and research capacities. Our faculty fellows focus on empowering communities with limited resources who are most affected by climate change and left out of the highest levels of decision-making.
We are more than an academic center; we’re a community. With more than 180 faculty fellows from across all seven schools within the university, Stanford Global Health teaches groundbreaking courses on campus, sends scholars around the world, and supports research on five continents. Meet the people who share our passion for increasing well-being, worldwide.