Designed to prepare students to lead tomorrow’s global health workforce, Rice 360° Institute for Global Health offers innovative undergraduate programs that engage students to design and implement new technologies to solve real global health challenges. Through the minor, internships, fellowships and Ph.D. programs, these early stage technologies are designed, evaluated, refined, deployed and scaled across the world.
We transform students into innovators and ideas
into sustainable solutions.
Rice University bioengineer and global-health pioneer Rebecca Richards-Kortum has received a coveted MacArthur Fellowship. Richards-Kortum, the founder and director of Rice’s award-winning Rice 360º Institute for Global Health, is the first Houston scientist, the first Houston woman and the first Rice faculty member to win the award.
Rice 360º Institute for Global Health's innovation saves babies in Malawi