Centre for Global Health
Global health research embodies research that transcends national borders and looks at health from a global perspective.
The Centre for Global Health offers a common virtual arena for researchers and students interested in global health, and aims to be a unifying base for different environments interested in global health at the University of Oslo.
Globalisation and the Sustainable Development Goals
May 19, 2017
The University of Oslo Festival 2017 brought a variety of events, lectures and concerts life between the 12 th and 14 th of May. And in true academic spirit, it did not circumvent an enthusiastic discussion about the most pressing and challenging issues that the world is facing today – Globalisation and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Global Partners Meeting on Neglected Tropical Diseases – WHO, 19th April 2017
Apr. 25, 2017
“There is no way we can achieve the SGDs if we leave a billion people behind” – Kofi Annan
Targeting Neglected Tropical Diseases
Apr. 21, 2017
Professor Andrea S. Winkler, the Director of the UiO Centre for Global Health, participated this week at the "Global Partners Meeting on Neglected Tropical Diseases" at WHO HQ in Geneva on April 19, followed by a 3-day NTD Summit organised by Uniting to Combat, to celebrate the 5th year anniversary of the WHO Roadmap targets for NTDs and the signing of the London Declaration.
- Travel support to expand industry-oriented R&D cooperation May 19, 2017 2:59 PM
- Open Call Norwegian Cancer Society May 19, 2017 2:37 PM
Relevant academic programmes and courses
- Health Economics, Policy and Management (master's two years)
- European Master in Health Economics and Management (master's two years)
- International Community Health (master's two years)
- Doctoral degree: PhD in Medicine and Health Sciences (with integrated global health module)
- Norwegian Research School of Global Health
- Forskerlinjen medisin