GLOBAL HEALTH CATALYSTS (GHC) AT A GLANCE
The GHC is dedicated to catalyzing high impact win-win collaborations and initiatives to eliminate global health disparities. The current focus is on cancer, and other non-communicable diseases. Following growing interest and major impact over the past years, the GHC continuous to partner with faculty/students at world leading Universities (Johns Hopkins, Harvard, UPENN, Oxford, Heidelberg), anyone interested in global health, and organizations across the world in an ever growing movement for high impact collaboration-driven global health, powered by advanced information and communication technologies and Artificial Intelligence, with unprecedented outreach working with the diaspora, religious organizations, industry, policy makers and those who feel abandoned by society
HIGH IMPACT INITIATIVES
Catalyzing win-win collaboration initiatives for global health and economic development
GLOBAL HEALTH CATALYSTS SUMMIT
The Global Health Catalyst (GHC) summit is a premier yearly event dedicated to catalyzing high impact international collaborations and initiatives to eliminate global health disparities. The main focus of the summits are on the rising scourge of non-communicable diseases like cancer, mental health, pain and cardiovascular diseases which are severely impacting global health and economic development.
Since 2015, the yearly summits have led to many win-win collaborations including the launch of two major collaboration initiatives: the comprehensive cancer center in the cloud (C4) powered by artificial intelligence and the Global Phytomedicines collaboration initiatives.
WORLD PREMIER COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER IN THE CLOUD (C4)
The C4 is an award-winning Expert-remote (tele-oncology) solutions platform, representing the world's premier Comprehensive Cancer Center in the Cloud (C4) powered by artificial intelligence. The C4 provides a platform to allow access from any where in the world to the same quality of cancer care research and education available at the world's leading comprehensive cancer centers. In cancer care the C4 integrates a tele-medicine platform allowing for tasked-shifted teleoncology with partners in low and middle income countries (LMICs). In research, the C4 supports collaborative research in the cloud including multi-center clinical trials. C4 education is implemented via the award winning collaborative education model via the global oncology University.
INTERNATIONAL PHYTOMEDICINES INSTITUTE
From Farm to Bedside
The Global Phytomedicines Institute (GPI) is a world leading collaboration initiative dedicated to dramatically increasing access to evidence-based medicinal plants for global health and economic development.
Vision: Unprecedented Health and Wealth from Medicinal Plants
Mission: Providing the best Research, Education, Consultation/care, and Outreach with different stakeholders and over a billion people who use Medicinal Plants across the world.
RELIGION AND GLOBAL HEALTH FORUM
The GHC is a major catalyst for the establishment of the Religion and Global Health Forum, with Major Hub at Drew University. The Forum partners with scientists, researchers, religious leaders, writers, poets, educators, counselors, etc. in the fields of medical, social, political, and environmental sciences, to host panel discussions, presentations, and partnership building platforms that will improve individual and public health outcomes across the world. The Forum brings the expertise of different health-related disciplines to share knowledge, strategies, challenges, and processes associated with examining religion as a health asset and a catalyst for health. Learn more here
"If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far go together"
CATALYZING COLLABORATIONS TO BRIDGE HEALTH DISPARITIES
Global health leaders express support
Congress woman Karen Bass, Chair of the USA House of representatives committee for global health
Professor Harold Varmus, Nobel Laureate and former USA National Institutes of Health and National Cancer Institute Director
Her Royal Highness Princess Dina Mired, President of the Union for International Cancer Control
Prof David Kerr, Professor of Cancer Medicine @ University of Oxford
Honorable Diane Gashumba, Minister of Health of Rwanda
and many more: watch sample videos below