Centre for Global Health Policy

Links and resources

Useful Links and Resources

Georgetown University

Our established partners at the Centre for Global Health Policy.



The British International Studies Association is an independent academic organisation which promotes the study of International Relations and related subjects through teaching, research and the facilitation of contact between scholars.


Brighton and Sussex Medical School. MSc Global Health

Brighton and Sussex Medical School is an equal partnership between the Universities of Sussex and Brighton together with NHS organisations throughout the South East region. The Medical School is organised across four major divisions for research and training: Clinical and Laboratory Investigation, Primary Care and Public Health Medicine, Clinical Medicine, Medical Education.



REGenableMED is a large, four-university collaborative ESRC funded project led by the University of York investigating the commercial and hospital sector development of regenerative medicine, and preparedness of the UK healthcare system for adoption of cell-based medical technologies. It runs from 2014 to 2017. The Sussex arm is led by Dr Alex Faulkner, working with Researcher Aurélie Mahalatchimy.


Centre for Health and International Relations

CHAIR was founded in 2003 in the belief that there are compelling reasons for linking health and international relations. It has now developed as part of a worldwide network of scholars working on the interface between health and IR. 


Future Health Systems is a research consortium working to improve access, affordability and quality of health services for the poor. It is a partnership of leading research institutes from across the globe working in a variety of contexts: in low-income countries (Bangladesh, Uganda), middle-income countries (China, India) and fragile states (Afghanistan) to build resilient health systems for the future.


Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI)

The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) at the University of Manchester is inspired by the need to conduct rigorous research and to support postgraduate training on the impact and outcomes of contemporary and historical crises.  The HCRI is driven by a desire to inform and support policy and decision makers, to optimise joint working between partner organisations, and to foster increased accountability within a knowledge gathering framework.

Bringing together the disciplines of medicine and the humanities to achieve these aims, the HCRI works to facilitate improvements in crisis response on a global scale whilst providing a much needed centre of excellence for all concerned with emergencies and conflicts.


International Aids Alliance

Through our global partnership of community-based organisations the Alliance helps prevent the spread of HIV, meet the challenges of AIDS, and build healthier communities.



The STEPS Centre (Social, Technological and Environmental Pathways to Sustainability) is an interdisciplinary global research and policy engagement centre uniting development studies with science and technology studies. Our cross-cutting work covers agriculture/food; energy/climate change; health/disease and water/sanitation.

In an era of unprecedented change, we are developing a new ‘pathways approach’ to understanding and action on sustainability and development, providing new thinking and practical solutions.Our work addresses two vital global challenges: linking environmental sustainability with better livelihoods and health for poor people; and helping science and technology work for poverty reduction and social justice.

The STEPS Centre is based at the Institute of Development Studies and SPRU Science and Technology Policy Research at the University of Sussex in the UK. We work with a network of partners in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe and are funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.


Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH)

Based in the School of Global Studies, the Centre for Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH) focuses on analyses of the intersections between cultures of human reproduction, social identities, health and technologies.



BIOSPORT project is an ESRC funded project led by Dr Alex Faulkner investigating the intersections between medical biotechnology and elite sport, and raising issues for public debate and ethical analysis. It runs from 2013 to 2016.


Arbeitsbereich Internationale Beziehungen/Friedens- und Konfliktforschung“, Universität Tübingen

Centre for Bionetworking

The Centre for Bionetworking studies international, collaborative ways of undertaking research and development for life sciences-based innovations. The centre looks for ways to overcome existing challenges to safe, just and mutually profitable international exchanges.