CUGH recognizes the importance of collaborative multidisciplinary research in academic global health. The Research Committee’s goal is to catalyze avenues for expanding collaborative global health research and research training in priority areas and facilitate development of these collaborations among CUGH members. The Committee is dedicated to sharing, evaluating, and advancing strategies that promote global health research and global health equity. Additionally, the Committee is charged with assisting in reinforcing relationships with funding agencies and organizations. Current focus areas include addressing anti-science views in society and research on climate change and health.

Liz Grant – University of Edinburgh
Melissa Salm – University of California, Davis (TAC Representative)
Peter Kilmarx – Fogarty International Center (NIH) (Co-chair of the Research Committee)
Maureen Lichtveld – University of Pittsburgh
Jessica Siqin Li – Washington State University (TAC Representative)
Kristen Bastug – University of Minnesota (TAC Representative)
Jonathan Patz – University of Wisconsin
Matthew Kemmerle – Ross University (TAC Representative)
Olumide Abiodun – Babcock University Nigeria
Kari Nadeau – Stanford University
Katelyn Sileo – University of Texas at San Antonio
Rosemin Kassam – University of British Columbia
Shama Patel – University of Florida College of Medicine
Tom Quinn – Johns Hopkins University
Judith Wasserheit – University of Washington (Co-chair of the Research Committee)
Iyabo Obasanjo – College of William and Mary
Theresa Wicklin Gillespie – Emory University
Julia Dickson Gomez – Medical College of Wisconsin
Alex Mremi
Augustine Asante – UNSW Australia School of Public Health & Community Medicine
Christine Ngaruiya – Yale School of Medicine
Wenhui Mao – Duke University
Mobolanle Balogun – College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria
Carmel Bouclaous – Lebanese American University
Megan Fitzpatrick
Paul Kilgore – Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Wayne State University

The Research Products page features guidelines, online courses, and other resources of interest for the global health research community.

The Crowdsourcing Research Questions page was created to connect real world problems to research capabilities.