To be a premier public health institution in the US that effectively integrates local to
global health innovations that improve population health.

The UCLA Center for Global and Immigrant Health is dedicated to developing and
implementing collaborative approaches to research, education, and policy to improve the health of populations worldwide, and among immigrant communities at home and abroad. Our primary stakeholders are FSPH faculty and students who seek transformative opportunities to scale up the impact of their work globally.

The UCLA Center for Global and Immigrant Health has 3 goals. The Center seeks to
1. The focal point for networking, information, and shared resources on global health.
2. The major catalyst for multidisciplinary collaborations in global health.
3. The place to launch and nurture international and transnational educational and field experiences.