Our students have opportunities to learn about global health in a range of study abroad and exchange programs. Over the years, our students have gone to the Dominican Republic, China, Israel, Brazil and Uganda to study a wide range of public health issues in programs that offer course credit and invaluable cultural experiences.
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc.’s School of Public Health has received a grant of nearly $872,000 from Pfizer Inc. to continue partnering with Chinese health officials working to curb smoking in five major cities in China.
The five partner cities, which have a total population of more than 69 million… more »
When Aung Aung was a child, he would make believe he was a doctor.
He eventually made the role play a reality, graduating from medical school in Yangon, the former capital of his home country of Myanmar, in 2008. Soon he discovered there were challenges he never imagined.