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The 2021 Edition of the McGill Journal of Global Health is out!

Volume X of the peer-reviewed, student-run publication has been released.

Read the 2021 edition 

About the Journal

Meet the Global Health Scholars - Undergraduate Program 2021 cohort

This summer, the sixth cohort of 25 Global Health Undergraduate Scholars will begin their global health research projects under the mentorship of a McGill Faculty member or a partner organization.

About the 25 Global Health Undergraduate Scholars

Meet the Global Health Scholars - Graduate Program 2021 Cohort

Our fourth cohort for the Global Health Scholars - Graduate program was named this Spring. We are pleased to support 10 McGill graduate students engaged in global health research in a low or middle-income country or Northern Canada.

About the 2021 cohort

Meet the 2021 Global Health Outreach Project Leaders

Three students have been selected as:

  • Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting Student Fellow,
  • Editor-in-Chief of the McGill Perspectives on Global Health Blog,
  • Editor-in-Chief of the McGill Journal of Global Health.

More about the 2021 cohort

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Call for proposals:

McGill Global NCD Alliance Grants

Apply for one of three microgrant categories!

McGill Global Health Programs is pleased to partner with

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Learn more about Indigenous Initiatives at McGill.

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