The Office of International Affairs supports international work across the institution. There are a number of departments that focus their research, clinical care or educational work overseas. If you are interested in learning more, please follow the website links for each department below.
The Office of International Medical Student Education's (IMSE) primary function is to oversee the medical college’s Global Health Curriculum, a longitudinal, elective global health program for Weill Cornell medical students.
Primarily domestic-focused, the Office of Affiliations at WCM develops affiliation agreements for the purpose of continuing medical education and patient referrals. Internationally, the Office of Affiliations facilitates the development of education programs for our international affiliates.
The Center for Global Health, housed in the Department of Medicine, represents Weill Cornell Medicine and Cornell University in the NIH Global Health Network. Its long-standing work in Haiti, Brazil, and Tanzania now includes a Resident education component.