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  • Become a Lifetime Friend of CHHS This Holiday Season! We invite you to join us in our quest to advance research, education, and outreach in the area of health and humanitarian systems by becoming a Lifetime Friend of the CHHS. For a limited time, you can be recognized with a minimum contribution of $1,000.
  • COVID-19 Dashboards CHHS researchers created live dashboards to track the status and trends of COVID-19 in Georgia at an aggregate state level and at the county level. Explore two examples created by faculty and students. COVID-19 Dashboards created by CHHS researchers
  • Sharing Expertise and Advice Dr. Keskinocak's work addresses infectious disease modeling, evaluating intervention strategies, and resource allocation. For years, she has studied how societies manage pandemics, and how outbreaks overtax the health care system and wrack supply chains to worsen pandemics. Dr. Pinar Keskinocak, William W. George Chair and Professor
  • 12th Annual Health & Humanitarian Logistics Conference Went Virtual The occurrence of the 12th annual HHL Conference during a global pandemic provided an especially timely opportunity for attendees and speakers to share planning perspectives and impactful research. See the highlights.
  • Professional Education- Going Virtual! Designed for professionals working in Supply Chain or Operations for an NGO, private industry, foundation, or government entity. Gain knowledge through interactive learning encompassing a broad range of topics in health and humanitarian systems. 2021 dates coming soon.

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Welcome to the
Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems

The Georgia Tech Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems (CHHS), an Interdisciplinary Research Center (IRC), aims to transform health and humanitarian systems through a global commitment to education, outreach and innovative solutions.

Research/Projects
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Advancing science and technology to improve the long-term, while working closely with organizations to improve their operations in the short-term

Education
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Offering comprehensive education curriculum that leads to increased efficiency & effectiveness for the Health and Humanitarian Systems

Outreach
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Providing unique platforms for people to connect across sectors, and explore collaborations and partnerships to ultimately improve and save lives around the world