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Global Women’s Health Research

The Global Women’s Health Program’s research focuses on high-impact, locally led translational research with the potential to jumpstart gains in improving health care delivery to women and families. Research areas include improving medical and resident education, quality of care in maternal health services, cervical cancer prevention, eliminating trauma and gender-based violence, stillbirth prevention, and family planning, among others.

The Global Women’s Health Program in partnership with Mekelle University College of Health Sciences currently has a number of research activities ongoing. Click on the following links to view past and current research projects.

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In addition to Global Health research going on in our department, we are also part of the Global Health Research Consortium through the College of Medicine and the Center for Global Health.

The Global Health Research Collaborative (GHRC) was formed in fall 2008 as an initiative from the College of Medicine Dean’s office to bring together a community of Global Health Researchers, to foster awareness of global health research opportunities and to encourage collaboration across the college and university at large.

The mission of the CGH is to improve the health of populations around the world by training the next generation of global health leaders; by conducting collaborative, trans-disciplinary research that addresses critical global health threats; and by building the capacity of the University and its global health partners to respond to the complex health issues that challenge all.