Yale University is a world-class research and educational institution that attracts and trains top scientists and educators, fosters interdisciplinary collaboration, and engages broadly with the local, national, and international community. With its research capacity and culture of collaboration, Yale has the opportunity to dramatically improve the health of individuals and populations by accelerating scientific breakthroughs to address complex global health problems and build the capacity of health systems to provide high quality care and prevention. 

The Yale Institute for Global Health (YIGH) is the focal point for global health at Yale, bringing together expertise and knowledge from across campus with partners around the world. With a center of gravity close to the Yale Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Public Health, YIGH represents a University-wide mission. By actively collaborating across disciplines and seizing opportunities for innovation, YIGH aims to speed the translation of new scientific discoveries into better health for all.