Global Health Research

We work alongside partners - both close to home and around the world - to support prevention, treatment, and interventions for conditions that cause significant health burdens among underserved populations. 

Our faculty are addressing today’s most critical health issues, with research ranging from tobacco control, COVID-19, emerging infectious diseases, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis, to non-communicable diseases such as hypertension and diabetes.

Our Global Health Impact

MUSC Center for Global Health impact map

Every year, the Center for Global Health helps to fund numerous research and clinical projects across the world for MUSC faculty, students and trainees. Engage with the map below to learn more about where MUSC is making a difference across the globe. Dive further into the database, click here to explore MUSC global projects.

Tanzania Partnership

An American doctor speaks with African doctors in Tanzania

Learn about MUSC global health research, education, and capacity-building programs in Tanzania.

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Project OKURASE & MUSC Urban Farm

Collaboration to promote sustainable farming in Ghana

Children in Ghana learn about nutrition from carrots while in a garden.

Dr. Cynthia Cupit Swenson, MUSC College of Medicine, discusses the collaboration between Project OKURASE and MUSC Urban Farm to promote nutrition and economic self-sufficiency through sustainable farming practices and clinical outreach in Okurase, Ghana. 

Learn more about Project OKURASE research and outreach programs.

COVID-19 Research and Response

Learn more about MUSC's response during the pandemic.

Pandemic Response

Pilot Research Grants

View our previous grant awardees.

View Past Awardees