Global Health Center


In an increasingly interconnected world, the mission of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Global Health Center is to promote the ideal of health for all. Our goals and objectives encompass the domains of education, research, and service, which intersect and overlap in all of our actions. The Global Health Center serves as a central coordinating structure for all of Einstein's global health activities, through which they can be integrated to bring out their synergies, with the ultimate goal of reducing disparities in health and alleviating human suffering.


GLOBAL HEALTH FELLOWSHIPS: Information for students is available here.  


 Global health funding opportunities! 


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2015 Global Health Case Competition 

Competition: March 23- 28 

Since 2009 the Emory Global Health Institute has sponsored a Global Health Case Competition (EGHCC). In the EGHCC participating teams from a number of universities compete for the best solution to a global health case study or problem. Teams are given approximately five days to prepare their response. Three or more disciplines must be represented on the team. The details of this year's EGHCC can be found here.  The winning team receives, in addition to notoriety, a monetary prize which is set this year to $6,000.  We have sent teams the past four years; all have named it a top learning experience!

 Are you a faculty member interested in working with the Einstein/Yeshiva Team?  

Contact Jill Raufman ( for more information about being the coach for the Einstein/Yeshiva Team in the Global Health Case Competition. 



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