Emory Global Health Case Competition
What is the Emory Global Health Case Competition?
The Emory Global Health Case Competition is a unique opportunity for Emory graduate and undergraduate students from multiple schools and disciplines to come together to promote awareness of and develop innovative solutions for 21st century global health issues. In 2010, EGHI opened the competition to students from other U.S. universities, and in 2012 the competition welcomed student teams from international universities.
Currently, EGHI hosts two annual competitions: an intramural competition for Emory students only and an international competition that includes the winning Emory team from the intramural competition and multidisciplinary guest university teams from around the world.
Developed by its Student Advisory Committee, EGHI's global health case competitions focus on a global health-related cases that require an interdisciplinary approach to formulate recommendations.
To learn about past Emory Global Health Case Competitions, see the links below.
Student Organizers of the Global Health Case Competition with Drs. Mo Ali (front left) and Jeff Koplan (front right)
Student Organizers with Global Development and Health Symposium speakers
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