Membership Will Support Cross-Sector Collaboration to Address Global Public Health
AMES, IOWA (September 13, 2021) — The National Institute of Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Education (NIAMRRE), a member organization that drives cross-sector engagement and coordinated action to address the global threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), today announced the Center for Global Health Innovation (CGHI) as a new member.
“We are excited to welcome the Center for Global Health Innovation as a new member, whose mission is focused on improving health outcomes for all. This new partnership is complementary to our strengths at NIAMRRE, bringing together cross-sector leaders to address AMR using a One Health approach – achieving the best health for people, animals, plants, and the environment,” said Dr. Paul Plummer, executive director of NIAMRRE.
The CGHI joins NIAMRRE’s diverse membership roster, with members representing academic institutions, commodity groups, pharma and health organizations, retailers, nonprofits and member associations, and startup companies. Members are accepted year-round for organizations dedicated to advancing the One Health approach—a collaborative methodology to achieve optimal health outcomes between people, animals, plants, and their shared environment.
For more information about the Center for Global Health Innovation, visit www.cghi.org.
The National Institute of Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Education provides local, national, and international leadership in combating antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Based at the Iowa State University Research Park, in Ames, Iowa, NIAMRRE drives collaborative and integrative research, education, and engagement to solve AMR challenges and benefit society using a One Health approach. For more information, visit www.niamrre.org and follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR GLOBAL HEALTH INNOVATION (CGHI)
The Center for Global Health Innovation (CGHI) is a 501(c)(3) organization that was launched in January 2020 to bring together diverse Global Health, Health Technology, and Life Sciences entities to collaborate, innovate and activate solutions to enhance human health outcomes around the world. The Center is comprised of three divisions: Georgia Bio, The BioEd Institute, and The Global Health Crisis Coordination Center (GHC3). Visit CGHI at www.cghi.org.
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