Innovation and development is crucial for ongoing progress. Research in newer, cheaper forms of drug development will allow for mass distribution to areas of the world in need of life-saving medications. In addition, RISE GHI will conduct ongoing data collection and needs assessment studies in communities of interest to help tailor RISE GHI programs to help tackle those problem areas.
Research conducted in collaboration with various academic institutions to improve institution specific program is the primary objective of the Academic Research Division. Students from the U.S will be able to design and conduct studies to meet graduation requirements as well as develop training programs in other areas of health care that will be beneficial in rural areas of the developing countries.
The Clinical Research Division strives to identify areas of need in development within a community in order to tailor programs to meet those needs. Clinical research focused on identifying new drug entities and determination of drug safety is also an essential piece of this division. In addition, assessing disease burdens in the area and developing educational and treatment protocols to help decrease disease prevalence, and routine assessment allows RISE GHI to determine the efficacy of our programs