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Global Health Catalyst Summit

Catalyzing win-win collaborations for global health and development

With funding support from the USA National Institutes of Health

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Its all about win-win Collaborations

Global Health Catalyst (GHC) summits are premier events dedicated to catalyzing high impact international collaborations and initiatives to eliminate health disparities in the USA and globally. The main focus of the summits is to catalyze collaborations to address the rising scourge of non-communicable diseases like cancer, mental health, pain and cardiovascular diseases which are severely impacting global health and economic development.


Since 2015, the yearly summits have led to numerous win-win collaborations including the launch of major collaboration initiatives like: the comprehensive cancer center in the cloud (C4) powered by artificial intelligence, Global Oncology University, and the International Phytomedicines Institute collaboration initiatives. 


The first summits were organized at Harvard,  Europe and African Institutions. The success of the GHC summits have resulted in funding support to grow organization of the summits at different top USA institutions and partners in low-and-middle-income countries  to catalyze win-win collaborations benefiting both high income and low income countries. Given the global participation and collaborations involved with the GHC summits, the content expressed on this website does not reflect the views of any institution or those providing funding such as the National Cancer Institute. Join us  at one of the upcoming summits for win-win collaborations for global health and development

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Next major Global Health Catalyst Summit to take place at the University of Pennsylvania

May 4-6, 2023

One of the best Global Health Catalyst summits yet will take place on May 4-6, 2023 at the University of Pennsylvania (Irvine Auditorium), with sessions involving government leaders, First Ladies, over 25 ambassadors, > 50 industry leaders, 100 top diaspora organizations for global health, students/leading 100 young global health catalysts, celebrity health advocates, community organizations, and Institution and global health leaders.

Cancer Moonshot Announces New Actions Aimed to Reduce the Cancer Burden in Africa as Part of the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit

December 14, 2022

As part of President Joe Biden's  U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, the First Lady Dr Jill Biden convened a conversation with the spouses of African leaders on “Breaking Down Barriers to Cancer Care for Young Women and Girls.  The event highlighted bold deliverables and new announcements from U.S. departments and agencies and the private sector of over $300 million to drastically improve cancer outcomes in Africa

Lancet Oncology Commission report launched with First Lady of Ghana highlighting growing cancer emergency in Africa

May  10, 2022

In sub-Saharan Africa, urgent action is needed to curb a growing crisis in cancer incidence and mortality. Without rapid interventions, data estimates show a major increase in cancer mortality from 520 348 in 2020 to about 1 million deaths per year by 2030. The Global Health Catalyst is at the forefront of catalyzing launch events and collaborations to implement the recommendations that can curb the growing cancer crises and save millions of lives.

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Global Health Catalyst summit @ University of Pennsylvania
88 DAYS TO THE EVENT
Theme "Cancer Moonshot 2.0: win-win collaborations to advance global health and development"
May 04, 8:00 AM EDT – May 06, 5:00 PM EDT
Irvine Auditorium,
3401 Spruce Street Philadelphia, 19101, USA
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Voices at the summits

Include: Government leaders, Global Health Leaders, Nobel Prize winners, Cancer Center Directors, world leading healthcare professionals, Celebrity health advocates, students, residents, cancer patients, artists, diaspora, religious leaders, industry leaders etc all focused on win-win collaborations

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