Health is integral to building stable and sustainable societies. In an era of globalization, health determinants, risks, and outcomes cannot be geographically confined.
Building Healthier Societies
In today’s ever-closer world, health policies have local, regional, and global implications. By facilitating collaboration and enhancing regional dialogue, the APRU Global Health Program hosted by the University of Southern California, works to bridge health divides, promoting and protecting population health and meeting shared health challenges.
The Global Health Program strives to meet the evolving needs of future Global Health leaders to better respond to the world’s rapidly evolving health trends. By leveraging the APRU network, the Hub develops innovative activities and opportunities that complement student learning – from case competitions to internships to collaborations with senior researchers from around the world.
Sofia Gruskin, Chair, University of Southern California Mellissa Withers, Program Director, University of Southern California
Erlinda Castro Palaganas, University of the Philippines
Chang-Chuan Chan, National Taiwan University
Budi Haryanto, University of Indonesia
Masamine Jimba, The University of Tokyo
Mu Li, The University of Sydney
Judith McCool, The University of Auckland
Juhwan Oh, Seoul National University
Manuel Parez Jimenez, Tecnológico de Monterrey
Sanjay Rampal, University of Malaya
PinPin Zheng, Fudan University
Christina Schönleber, APRU International Secretariat