About Global Health at UCLA

 UCLA Global Health research project map

UCLA Centers for Global Health

Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the field, the Global Health community at UCLA includes five centers in the College and professional schools, ranging from art to law and medicine. UCLA is also home to a Global Health theme community floor for undergraduates, as well as numerous scholars, researchers, and practitioners. Explore our campus activity map and the centers below to learn more about Global Health at UCLA.

Art & Global Health Center

UCLA's Art & Global Health Center programs begin with local artists and artisans communicating about our programs and partnerships in eight countries on five continents.

UCLA Blum Center on Poverty & Health in Latin America

The UCLA Blum Center works to improve the health and well-being of Latin American communities through an inclusive approach to provide research that informs policy, programs, and training for the next generation of leaders.

Center for Global & Immigrant Health

The UCLA Fielding School of Public Health's Center for Global & Immigrant Health's faculty participants come from numerous departments and have active research collaborations in more than fifty countries as well as immigrant communities in California.

Center for World Health

The UCLA Center for World Health, a joint initiative of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and UCLA Health, strives to improve the health of people and communities around the world through education, research, and service, and to guide the next generation of leaders to use their vision, talent, and commitment to transform the practice of world health to make a sustainable difference.

Health & Human RIghts Law Project

The UCLA School of Law's Health & Human Rights Law Project seeks to improve global health by using a framework grounded in international human rights law.



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