The Institute for Global Health’s Development Projects are in response to enlarge Michigan State University’s international reach.
IGH is diligent in meeting that challenge by cultivating exciting partnerships around the world and continuously working on international projects to aid the underserved regions of the world. This aid comes in several forms, through:
- Facilitating the shipment of medical supplies and equipment to all corners of the globe.
- Sponsoring medical teams who visit areas in crisis to offer medical care.
- Training and research programs working to capacity build in underserved regions of the world.
- Partnering with top international medical universities with student exchange programs and research partnerships.
Above some videos of IGH academic work and experiences.
Ojos Nuevos: Seeing the new challenges of global medicine in Peru. Matthew Mayeda shares his study abroad experience with IGH in 2019 in Peru.LAC-Mayeda
Merida Study Abroad: Undergrads and COM students in Yucatan Peninsula 2019
To translate: Alvaro Bermudez reflects on the Peru mission and what makes a good volunteer.
Motion style acupuncture treatment: Dr. Joon-Shik Shin shares new techniques.
In 2015 Michigan State was fortunate enough to have Dr. Joon-Shik Shin KMD, Ph.D. to visit MSUCOM for the popular Silver Fest. He is not only the Chair of Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine and founder of the Jaseng Medical Foundationa, but also he and his team developed the motion style acupuncture treatment to improve patients. Dr. Jacob Rowan D.O, Merida Medical Director for IGH, shares the main highlights during his visit.