Global Health Research at University of Copenhagen
Under Collaboration you will find an overview of the centres, units and departments across University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen University Hospital and Statens Serum Institut, that conduct global health related research.
Current Global Health Research Projects:
- Research Project REMAIN (REfugees, Minors, And INtegration)
- Coming of Age in Exile - CAGE
- MAMAAC - a continuation of the SULIM work package 'Healthy Reproduction among Migrants'
- Bacteremia among migrants
- Parental posttraumatic stress disorder and offspring mental health and substance abuse among refugees
- Not without my family
- Junctures of change in the integration of young refugees
- Torture, trauma and PTSD among patients with non-western immigrant background in primary health care
- Improvement of health and wellbeing among pregnant undocumented migrants and their children in Denmark
- Bacteriuria and antibiotic susceptibility of Escherichia coli among migrants
- Visit UCPH's research website for more information about collaboration, publications and researchers.
- Visit the Research Portal on KUnet if you are a UCPH researcher looking for information on funding, administration, best practice, events etc.
How we work with Global Health Research
School of Global Health aims to facilitate global health research across the University of Copenhagen, our university partners in Denmark and abroad, our public and private sector partners, and to people interested in this field of research.
School of Global Health does not actively conduct research but is often involved in research projects as a dissemination partner due to our outreach platform. Our main goal is to create awareness around global health research, connect researchers and partners, and advice on topics and processes.
School of Global Health has a broad focus when it comes to global health research but focus specifically on the double burden of disease and social inequalities in health. These include the chronic and non-communicable diseases that increasingly affect underprivileged societies, the infectious diseases that disproportionately affect them, detrimental disease interactions, problems such as weak health systems, inadequate food safety and nutritional deficiencies, as well as irrational drug use and cultural, societal, gender-based and environmental barriers to health.
School of Global Health encourages research that integrates basic laboratory and theoretical research with clinical research and field-based public health studies in order to improve health among affected populations.
School of Global Health is connected to various research projects around the world: Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ghana, Tanzania, Vietnam, Mexico, South Africa, Kenya, Pakistan, USA, India, Uganda, Burkina Faso, Nepal and Taiwan.