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George Kyei is the principal investigator of the HIV Cure Research Infrastructure Study, based at the University of Ghana, which trains African scientists in HIV research and treatment.
Empowered by our worldwide partnership networks, Washington University is advancing and collaborative education and research initiatives that have a tangible impact on our planet. From helping to decode the human genome to eliminating neglected tropical diseases, Washington University is a significant contributor to large-scale, multi-national efforts to address humanity’s most pressing challenges. In addition, we […]
Find a program you’ll love As a student, you can participate in an international experience in more than 50 countries. Each school has signature program offerings of different type, structure, and duration. Explore the resources below to find a program that best fits your goals and educational objectives. Opportunities by School Start exploring opportunities and […]
As part of our global mission, we are committed to providing guidance and support to the WashU community to help develop new international partnerships. If you are seeking to advance an emerging institutional relationship, the resources in this section provide direction for initiating different international agreement types, renewing agreements, best practices, and answers to frequently […]
Washington University scientists developed the nasal vaccine in collaboration with Bharat Biotech International Limited in India, a global leader in vaccine innovation and a developer of vaccines for infectious diseases.