Collaborations and Partnerships

Sweden-East Africa University Network (SWEAFUN)

Summary. The Sweden-East Africa University Network (SWEAFUN) is a strategic joint initiative between Chalmers University of Technology and partner Universities in East Africa including: Mbarara University, Makerere University, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, University of Nairobi, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Addis Ababa University, Eduardo Mondlane University, University of Rwanda,  Nelson Mandela and […]

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Harvard University

Harvard University and MUST conduct Collaborative Research projects in health. This partnership aims at fostering global collaboration to solve real-world problems and facilitate the opportunity to showcase exciting innovative projects around the world. FacebookTweet

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National Institutes of Health (NIH) USA

National Institutes of Health (NIH) USA NIH is a funding agency that supports health related projects across the globe. NIH has supported MUST to advance its research capacity in tremendous ways. Below are projects NIH funds at MUST; Mbarara University Data Science Research Hub (MUDSReH) where MUST partners with Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts Institute of […]

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Collaborative Research & Grant applications. The collaboration focuses on an internationally known course, “Global Health Informatics to Improve Quality of Care”, which focuses on innovations in information systems to accelerate improvements in health outcomes in developing countries. FacebookTweet

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Global Health Collaborative- Mbarara Massachusetts General Hospital

MUST has a running partnership with Global Health Collaborative (GHC) that focuses on Human resources for health, Professional development, Infrastructure support, Research Capacity Building, management and support. View 2021 Global Health Collaborative Annual Report Visit Home – Global Health Collaborative Uganda (ghcuganda.org) FacebookTweet

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