Global Health Catalyst Summit
Catalyzing win-win collaborations for global health and development
With funding support from the USA National Institutes of Health
Our Story: Global Health is Local Health
Its all about win-win Collaborations
The Global Health Catalyst (GHC) summit is a premier yearly event dedicated to catalyzing high impact international collaborations and initiatives to eliminate disparities in the USA and globally. The main focus of the summit is on 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 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
RSVP for upcoming summits below
- Mon, Sep 26Dar es Salaam
- Fri, Sep 16Stockholm
- Tue, May 10Hybrid (Accra Ghana, and Online)
- Thu, Nov 11Webinar
Voices at the summits
Include: Government leaders, NIH and NCI Directors, Cancer Center Directors, world leading healthcare professionals, Celebrity health advocates, students, cancer patients, artists, etc all focused on collaborations