The U21 Health Sciences Group was established in 2000 to provide Faculty within U21 member universities a framework for exploring opportunities for collaborative projects, information exchange and sharing of resources in the area of Health Sciences.
Since then the group has grown to include membership from 17 institutions across the U21 network.
The mission of the group is ‘to enhance individual and collective contributions by leadership to health sciences education and research and to social transformation through sharing of experiences and resources, and through collaborative interdisciplinary projects’.
Each year, the group comes together for its Annual Meeting to share ideas and hear about the latest updates on collaborative projects. Our current projects, with a strong focus on global health issues, include the UN SDG Initiative project, and the Gender Based Violence project.
Find out more about the U21 Health Sciences Group’s projects and activities by visiting their website: www.u21health.org
Details of the executive committee can be found here.
Join the U21 Autism Research Network on Wednesday 31st March 2021 (6-8:30pm BST) for “Let’s talk about autism: diversity and inclusion”.March 2021