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Many of the NPGH Fogarty trainees have contributed to the long-standing collaborations between the University of Michigan (UMich), the University of Washington (UW), and Ghana in emergency medicine, but one project focused on neonatal jaundice. Peter Donkor, head of the joint project at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) wrote this article about injury prevention, and UMich mentor Ron Maio has also written about the NPGH Fogarty research on trauma care.


Affiliated Institutions

UofGhanaUniversity of Ghana

University of Ghana was founded in 1948 as the University College of the Gold Coast and is the oldest and largest of six public Universities in Ghana. Read more…

KNUSTKNUST

KNUST was established in 1952. The College of Health Sciences includes the Faculties of Allied Health Sciences, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Medical Sciences, Dental School, School of Veterinary Medicine and the Kumasi Centre for Collaborative Research in tropical medicine (KCCR). Read more…

KATHKomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH)

KATH is located in Kumasi, Ghana, and is the teaching hospital that has been associated with KNUST since 1975. Read more…

GHSGhana Health Service

GHS is the Research and Development Division (RDD) of the Ghana Health Service (Director: Abraham Hodgson, MBChB, PhD) was originally established to address the needs of the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Ghana Health Service (GHS). Read more…

NHRCNavrongo Health Research Centre

The Navrongo Health Research Centre (NHRC) (Director: Abraham Oduro, MBChB, PhD) in particular has been a strong partner for the University of Michigan faculty, co-authoring dozens of shared publications in its 25-year tenure. Read more…

KBTHKorle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH)

KBTH is the teaching hospital that has been affiliated with the University of Ghana since 1962. Read more…

Primary Faculty

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