Georgetown University Center for Global Health Science and Security

Founding Year: 2016

Staff: 12

Budget:

Rebecca Katz (Director)

Is a research center composed of a multi-disciplinary team “providing decision-makers with the tools they need for sustainable capacity building to prevent, detect, and respond to public health emergencies”. They explore the “growing demands on the world’s public health infrastructure, from policies intended to contain transnational disease threats to the economic benefits of promoting health in the world’s poorest nations and the changing roles for health in domestic and international security and diplomacy.”

Publications:

  • e-Library: includes preprint and peer-reviewed manuscripts, books, briefs, reports, white papers, blogs, and more.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • COVID-19 Updates – A special post constantly updated with recent information about the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.

Events:

 

Georgetown University Center for Global Health Science and Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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