Georgetown scholars Eric A. Friedman, Lawrence O. Gostin, Matthew M. Kavanagh, and John T. Monahan recently co-authored a Foreign Policy article assessing President Trump's decision not to participate in a vaccine partnership that would ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccine.
Georgetown University’s schools, departments, and programs address global health challenges through innovative scholarship, teaching, and outreach.
Faculty across three campuses—the Medical Center, Main Campus, and the Law Center—explore international health issues in their scientific, legal, policy, and ethical dimensions. As a Jesuit university with a strong international presence and outlook, Georgetown approaches global health in a spirit of service to the wider world. Students in our undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs benefit from close interaction with world-class faculty and proximity to the World Bank, USAID, and other international and national institutions active in the global health field. In April 2017, Georgetown launched a Global Health Initiative, a university-wide platform for supporting research, teaching, and service in global health.
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Established in 1970, the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center is a cancer clinic and research center at the Medical Center and hospital.
The Georgetown Global Health Initiative serves as a university-wide platform for supporting research, teaching, and service in global health and for developing concrete solutions to the health challenges facing families and communities throughout the world.