The Global Health Initiative is proud to provide opportunities in global health for Brown University's students. We support student research initiatives, put students in contact with appropriate faculty, and help students navigate global health studies at Brown.
The Framework in Global Health Program provides an opportunity to work on a critical global health issue impacting a low or middle-income country (LMIC). Successful applicants receive the Framework award to support global health research linked to Brown University faculty scholarly projects.
The Emory Global Health Case Competition is a fantastic opportunity for students from multiple universities and disciplines to come together to learn about, develop, and recommend innovative solutions for a 21st-century global health problem.
Brown Division of Global Emergency Medicine is assessing interest in hosting a facilitator training(s) at Brown in 2023-2024 (note: attendance would not be restricted to Brown University affiliates). Our hope is to train facilitators who may then cascade the training onwards to their own networks, colleagues and trainees. All levels of training and career stage are welcome.