The Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy serves as a reference point for research, policy development and advocacy concerning science, biotechnology, bioethics and healthcare in the United States and abroad. The CBGHP engages multiple stakeholder communities: scholars, policy makers, civil society, healthcare providers, the judiciary and the general public, highlighting the collaborative role and function of law in responding to state, federal and international healthcare concerns.
Mission:To educate the public and serve as a catalyst for the advancement of society through research, educational outreach and advocacy.
The Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy prioritizes collaborative, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary exchanges, bringing scholars, policy makers, nongovernmental organization members and others to the University of California, Irvine for roundtables, symposia and points of engagement. More about CBGHP Activities >
The Center engages three major initiatives: Public Health and Legal Policy; Reproductive Justice; and Biotechnology and National Security. More about CBGHP Initiatives >