Starting a Global Health Project
The Global Health Center can give assistance in starting a global health project. With our diverse Advisory Committee membership, and a wealth of Einstein faculty members, we can help you in strategizing for your entry into the global health world. Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation!
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Center for Public Health Sciences (CPHS), Yeshiva University
Click here to learn about global public health courses and opportunities offered by Yeshiva University's CPHS.
Centers and Initiatives
Global Diabetes Institute
Combating the global diabetes epidemic through strategic partnerships in medical research and education.
The Einstein-Montefiore Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) coordinates the diverse research activities at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Einstein) and Montefiore Medical Center (Montefiore) that involve hundreds of investigators working with over 70 NIH-funded faculty members from a broad range of basic and clinical departments.
The Einstein AIDS International Training and Research Program (Einstein AITRP) at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine is an AIDS Prevention research capacity building effort focused on India, Rwanda and Bangladesh.
Einstein Institute of Global HIV Medicine
The mission of the Center for Public Health Sciences is to enhance research, scholarship, and practice in public health in order to train tomorrow's leaders. The Center focuses on behavioral and social sciences, chronic diseases, health disparities, and global health, and provides research training opportunities for researchers, faculty, practitioners, and students interested in public health and preventive medicine. The Center enables interaction among diverse professionals, experts and students/trainees from throughout the Einstein community, including its community partners, Montefiore Medical Center, and other affiliated academic health centers, and the other schools of Yeshiva University
Global Women's Health Programs