Celgene Partnership for Better Health

Partnership objectives

  1. Hosts Global Health Fellows at the Anschutz Medical Campus at University of Colorado.
  2. Collaborate with impoverished communities in order to create the conditions for better health.

The project aims to hosts Global Health Fellows at the Anschutz Medical Campus and create and work with impoverished communities to create advances in the global standard of health. The project aims to hosts Global Health Fellows at the Anschutz Medical Campus and create and work with impoverished communities to create advances in the global standard of health. Copyright Celgene

Description of partnership activities and how they address needs and challenges

With the support of the Colorado School of Public Health, the Center for Global Health of University of Colorado (CU) has built valuable relationships with universities and clinics in several low and middle income settings, including Peru, Guatemala, Vietnam and Indonesia.

Through these relationships, health professionals from these developing countries will be able to participate in Global Health Fellowships at the Anschutz Medical Campus at University of Colorado. The vision of the Center for Global Health is to work with impoverished communities throughout the world for better healthcare, better health and a better future for children and their families with the objective to innovate and create advances in the global standard of health.

Partnership information

Company(ies) Celgene

Partner(s) University of Colorado

Type of Partner(s) Academia / Hospitals

Therapeutic Focus Other

Disease(s) General Health

Program Type(s) Availability of Treatment - Technology Transfer - Scientific Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing

Targeted Population(s) Health professionals

Region(s) East Asia & Pacific, Latin America & Caribbean

Number of Countries 4

Country(ies) Guatemala, Indonesia, Peru, Vietnam

Start Date 2015

More information 2015 Celgene CSR Report

Anticipated completion date Ongoing