In collaboration with the SUNY-UWI Center for Leadership and Sustainable Development and the SUNY Global Health Institute.
Our mission is to provide a mechanism for global health programs in system-wide universities and college campuses that will foster collaboration and innovation in education, training, and research initiatives with international partners and regional corporate and economic leaders.
Experts take a multidisciplinary approach to focus on solutions to specific problems in advancing research, advocacy and leadership. The Center is deeply committed to the development and growth of their respective constituents and to the well-being of humanity.
RPCCC provides expert cancer care and conducts top-tier research. A multidisciplinary team of experts who collaborate to ensure each patient’s treatment evaluates all options, follows evidence-based best practices, is optimally coordinated, and delivered with compassion and respect.
CAIHR conducts innovative research that provides evidence for improvements in the health and well-being of persons in the Caribbean and globally. The Caribbean's diversity provides a unique environment for exploring regional and global health priorities. CAIHR brings together an outstanding multidisciplinary research team that addresses chronic non-communicable diseases.
The University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona campus offers world class, accredited higher education programs to Jamaica, the region and the globe. UWI engages in research and development designed to support the social and economic growth of the Caribbean region, the provision of community service, and the enrichment of the academic experience.
The Sustainable Development Leadership Committee is a multidisciplinary group of individuals located throughout the globe in the United States, Jamaica and Zimbabwe. The committee's main objective is to continue to develop sustainable corporate and university partnerships in order to continue the advancement of clinical research, address pressing health inequities and engage students in experiential learning projects.