UC Davis Summer Abroad
- Microbiology Lab in the Kingdom of Smiles (Thailand)
- Genetics—Global Language of Biology (Europe)
- Life Sciences (Japan)
- Bio Sci 2A on the Emerald Isle (Ireland)
- Bio Sci 2B in Dublin (Ireland)
- Bio Sci Statistics in Cork (Ireland)
UC Davis Summer Abroad Internships
- Global Health—Pediatric Health in La Paz (Bolivia)
- Global Health—Primary Care and Rural Medicine in Tarija (Bolivia)
- Global Health—Pediatric Care & Reproductive Health (Ghana)
- Global Health—Public Health & Rural/Urban Medicine (India)
- Global Health—Healthcare Challenges in Cape Town (South Africa)
- Global Health—Hospital Medicine & Infectious Disease in Durban (South Africa)
- Global Health—Remote Island Medicine (Philippines)
- Global Health—Community Health & Native Healing (USA)
- Global Health—Immigrant and Refugee Health in California (USA)
UC Davis Quarter Abroad
- Latino/a Health Internship (Mexico)
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry in Taiwan (Taiwan)
- Organic Chemistry in Nottingham (UK)
UC Davis Seminars Abroad
- Seminars Abroad are short-term programs (2-3 weeks)—offered during Winter break—where students can earn credits toward your GE or the Global and International Studies minor.
UC Education Abroad Program (UCEAP)
- University of Ghana (Ghana)
- Pacific Island and Community Health (Australia & Solomon Islands)
- Community Public Health (Dominican Republic)
- Public Health, Thammasat University (Thailand)
- Search all UCEAP programs in Global Disease Biology
- Before going abroad, it is always a good idea to consult with your major advisor about your study abroad plans. For some programs, such as UCEAP, you are required to meet with your major advisor as part of the application process. You may be able to fulfill many major requirements while abroad so it’s recommended, and sometimes mandatory, to create an academic plan with your major advisor while applying for a particular study abroad program.
- While abroad, you may need to remain in contact with your major advisor for academic advising regarding specific courses.
- Be sure to keep all course descriptions and syllabi!
Global Disease Biology allows students to study disease and its relationship to the health of people, animals, plants and the environment in a global context. The program uses an interdisciplinary approach to advance understanding of diseases, societal and personal impacts, and the science behind discoveries, causes, evolution, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases. Students interested in the health sciences will integrate concepts from multiple disciplines to learn how to solve global disease and health challenges using innovative approaches.