The Global Health Next Generation Network (GHNGN) is a novel multidisciplinary network founded in Barcelona in June 2014.
It aims to connect students and young professionals who share an interest in global health with professionals working in the global health field.
Our core values are innovation, transdisciplinarity, inclusiveness and empowerment.
We are a platform that helps strengthen the voice of students and young professionals in Global Health. We want to contribute to the improvement of current educational programs in global health.
We are a connected and empowered next generation of students and young professionals in Global Health
We want to engage and mobilize the community of emerging Global Health professionals from different cultures and backgrounds to exchange expertise, skills and opportunities.
Respect of the needs of our members
Interprofessional and intergenerational collaboration
Equal opportunities for all our members
Give visibility to possible career paths in Global Health and interconnect professionals
Enhance skills sharing and strengthen our professional soft skills
Rise awareness on neglected Global Health topics and provide a space to debate topics and advocate
Check our Career Stories
Public Health Research Assistant
PHD Student at The University of Edinburgh
Programme Associate at Open Society Foundations
Co-Founder & Co-President of Public Health Connect
Student at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Student Assistant in the Working Group Digital Health
Epidemiologist and PhD student at ISGlobal
PhD at the University of Bergen
Laboratory Technician at the University of Edinburgh
PhD Candidate at the University of Cambridge
Reproductive Rights Advocate & MSGH
Medical advisor in Immunology
PhD fellow, Maternal, Child, and Reproductive Health initiative at ISGlobal & GHNGN Chair
Research Associate Professor at ISGlobal
Clinical Mentor at Save the Children International
Postdoc at Fight AIDS foundation & Former Chair GHNGN
Maternal & Child Health Nurse Lead and WHO PHC young leader
Public Health Analyst & GHNGN News Writer
Master of Global Health & GHNGN Secretary General