The goal of the AMPATH Breast & Cervical Cancer Control Program is to improve access to screening and diagnostic services in Kenya
The Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH) Kenya is a partnership of Moi University, Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital, and the AMPATH Consortium of universities around the world led by Indiana University.
This program aims to decrease mortality and morbidity associated with pediatric Burkitt lymphoma and ultimately improve the overall survival at one year of pediatric Burkitt lymphoma and non-Hodgkin lymphoma at AMPATH.
Research related cervical cancer self-sampling screening in western Kenya
The Fairbanks School of Public Health is sponsoring a unique opportunity to participate in a three-week program exploring the organization, social and cultural aspects and future directions of the Chinese healthcare system.
Researchers from Regenstrief Institute and the Fairbanks School of Public Health are building and expanding global relationships and collaborations in Ethiopia in the fields of public health and health informatics.
The IU Center for Global Health Equity supports the development of biobanking capacity in East Africa.
Indiana University School of Medicine faculty members are engaged in care, training and research related to HIV+ adolescents.
The Global Health Equity Award is presented annually by the IU Center for Global Health Equity and recognizes people who have made significant contributions to the field of global health by demonstrating a commitment to equity, responding to the needs of a population or community and providing long-term engagement and partnership through their global health work.
In partnership with the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (Indiana CTSI) the IU Center for Global Health Equity funds pilot awards to strengthen global health research.
An NICHD-funded partnership dedicated to improving maternal and child health outcomes.
The Center for Global Oncology and Health Equity at the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center presents a monthly seminar series focused on various aspects of global oncology.
Indiana University School of Medicine faculty members are engaged in care, training and research related to adolescents living with HIV.
The core objective of this program is to better understand the natural history of oncogenic HPV infections in HIV-infected Kenyan women, and the potentially modifiable (and non-modifiable) factors that are associated with progression of oncogenic HPV infection to clinical disease, including cervical cancer.
Indiana University School of Medicine serves as the East African IeDEA Regional Data and Coordinating Center (RDC) in the United States.
Health care workers are trained on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of hemophilia and sickle cell disease.
Indiana University faculty members are engaged in developing the next generation of electronic medical records.
The Long-term Assistance and SErvices for Research (LASER) Partners for University-Led Solutions Engine (PULSE) mission is to support the discovery and uptake of university-sourced, evidence-based solutions to development challenges.
The malaria research program partners with sites in Uganda and Kenya.
Faculty members in the IU Media School conduct research related to health communication.
Indiana University is a member of the Northern Pacific Global Health (NPGH) Research Fellows Training Consortium.
The NeoInnovate Collaborative Consortium is a multi-disciplinary international coalition of faculty, students and post-graduate trainees developing digital health and biomedical device solutions.
Research project examines neurodevelopmental delays in HIV-exposed children in Kenya.
Providence Care Community Health Initiative is a non-governmental Organization committed to provide access to care
This program is developing the first clinically based palliative care program in Kenya.
Program related to how positive health protective factors may influence outcomes
Indiana University School of Medicine faculty members are engaged in care, training and research related to reproductive health in low- and middle-income countries.
Ryan White Center for Pediatric Infectious Disease and Global Health works to improve the health of not only the children in Indiana, but worldwide.
The Scheel Lab works with colleagues on a variety of strategies to mitigate the impact of mosquito-borne illnesses such as Zika and dengue fever.
Teledermatology allows for the diagnosis, triage, screening and linkage to care for patients in remote or rural areas.
The Conroy lab conducts focuses on the defining the prevalence, etiology, and pathophysiology of acute kidney injury in hospitalized children in low- and middle-income countries.
The Datta Lab focuses on long-term consequences in pediatric populations with severe malaria.
The John Lab's research focus is malaria and infections in children with sickle cell anemia.
The Schmidt Lab focuses on malaria with a central focus on the influence of gut microbiota.
The Tran Lab studies the human immune response to the Plasmodium infection as it relates to host tolerance and protection from the symptoms of malaria.
The team at Crann Centre Ltd. in Cork, Ireland, and faculty in the IU School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics have been engaged in a bidirectionally beneficial partnership sharing a commitment to caring for persons with complex disabilities from a clinical, research and community perspective.
The aim of the Walther Center’s work is to advance global palliative care and supportive oncology through policy, research, education and practice for the relief of pain and suffering worldwide.
WeCare Indiana aims to improve infant mortality rates in Indiana using techniques from Kenya.