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Graduate Students

Everything you need to get involved in global health

"The challenges in global health are not contained by international borders or academic disciplines. To tackle these challenges, we need physicians working with engineers, economists, data scientists and experts from all disciplines."

Michele Barry

Senior Associate Dean for Global Health and Director, Center for Innovation in Global Health

Opportunities across the University

As an interdisciplinary institution, Stanford University fosters global health collaborations across all seven schools of the university. We welcome engagement from any student passionate about global health and reducing healthcare disparities; historically, we have worked with graduate students / coterminal students in the following programs:

Course Name
PhD and MS in Health Policy
PhD and MS in Epidemiology and Clinical Research
PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering
PhD and MS in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER)
Coterminal MS in Earth Systems
PhD and MA in Anthropology
MBA at the Graduate School of Business

Graduate Courses in Global Health Studies

Course Name
PEDS 222: Beyond Health Care: Seeking Health in Society (HUMBIO 122)
Eunice Rodriguez, DrPH
MED 232: Virtual Student Exchange in Global Health between Lebanon and Stanford
Michele Barry, MD
FEMGEN 206: Global Medical Issues Affecting Women (SOMGEN 206)
Marcia Stefanick, MD & Clea Sarnquist, MD
MED 236: Economics of Infectious Disease and Global Health (HUMBIO 124E)
Marcella Alsan, PhD
CEE 265D: Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries
Jenna Davis, PhD
PEDS 223: Human Rights and Global Health
Bertrand Patenaude, PhD & David Magnus, PhD
HRP 237: Practical Approaches to Global Health Research
Steve Luby, MD
HRP 231: Epidemiology of Infectious Disease
Jason Andrews, MD & Julie Parsonnet, MD