Ways to get involved

We spark innovation at the interface of disciplines through creative team science and partnerships with practitioners and policy makers. This approach allows us to expand the impacts of our existing partnerships and fosters new strategic relationships that address both hidden and apparent, both long-standing and emerging, global health challenges.

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Each of our project teams—whether studying the effects of indoor air quality on neonatal health or developing solutions to country-wide drug stock outs—is comprised of researchers across disciplines working collaboratively with government officials, NGOs, and practitioners. What results is a comprehensive, solution-oriented process to improve equity in global health and well-being.
The Community for Global Health Equity (CGHE), supports faculty research that promotes the health and well-being of under-resourced populations by helping reduce the sources and effects of inequity.
The Community for Global Health Equity Graduate Assistants (GA) are available to support faculty research. This support is limited and dependent on our GA availability as well as match between faculty needs and our GA skills, duration and percent effort required, and potential for advancing collaborative scholarship by the faculty member. Should you need one of our student's support on a project, please fill out the application below.
“Recognition Credit” in CLICK is not used to evaluate faculty or departmental performance. However, it is used by OVPRED to evaluate CGHE’s impact. If you would like to help ensure the continuity of our community, please give “Recognition Credit” to CGHE for proposals that have benefitted from your involvement with CGHE.
Are you developing global health or refugee health proposals that require demonstration of further impact? 
We invite guests from across the University and around the world to share their innovative research and practices which improve health and wellbeing for populations. Join us at one of our events.
The University at Buffalo is a member of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health, a rapidly growing organization engaged with over 170 academic institutions around the world. Member benefits include access to online interest groups, discounted rates to conferences, participation in committees, access to the online job opportunities and funding board, and more.

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