Global and Sexual Health

The Global and Sexual Health (GloSH) research group is dedicated to increasing awareness on global health development. It is home to Hans Rosling's Gapminder Project.

The group consists of interdisciplinary researchers with extensive experience of study design and project implementation in weak health systems and resource-poor contexts, hard to reach populations and in demographic health surveillance sites. 

Our research focus is on sexual and reproductive health and rights, HIV, preenting behaviours, emerging infections, non-communicable diseases, migrant health, health economics and eHealth.

Our vision is to improve health for people most in need through partnership in research and education.

Our mission is to tackle current global health challenges in order to contribute to the sustainable development goals (SDGs), through generating evidence and to train the next generation of global health professionals.