The Columbia Global Centers are dedicated to being on the front line of a diverse array of health and medicine specialties through their interdisciplinary partnerships with the University and local partners. Our Centers initiate and support health and medicine initiatives in the areas of public health, healthcare access, addressing global health threats, community health worker training, and more.
Disease Surveillance and Refugees, Migrants and other Marginalized Groups: Balancing Human Rights and Public Health in the COVID-19 pandemic
“The economic and human impact of Covid-19 will dwarf any outbreak that we have experienced so far” noted the celebrated virologist, Professor W. Ian Lipkin, as he presented the Third Distinguished Yusuf Hamied Lecture on July 8, 2020.
This two-part series addressed the challenges faced by dental professionals and showcased innovative approaches in providing oral healthcare services and educating dental students across India, Kenya and the United States.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in women in the United States and India. On June 4, 2020, a webinar was hosted to discuss how the coronavirus crisis has altered the way in which women seek cardiovascular care and the various approaches to improving women’s health during a pandemic. The event was organized by Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai in partnership with the Women Creating Change initiative.