We conduct collaborative, interdisciplinary research on urgent themes in global health and development: antimicrobial drug resistance, chronic care & aging, the economics of human development, health markets, infectious disease elimination, and urbanization & health.


We develop and inspire the next generation of global health leaders at undergraduate, post-graduate and professional levels to shape a healthier and more prosperous future for all.


We accelerate progress on global health and development objectives by sharing knowledge and insights with global agencies, governments, NGOs, and the scientific community.


AGEhIV cohort celebrates 10 years of new insight and dispelling some myths

The study was the first study globally of its kind to explore, in-depth, the hypothesis that treated HIV infection may be associated with accelerated development of non-communicable diseases through accelerated ageing. AIGHD is coordinator of the study.

Celebrating 10 years at the forefront of global health research

In the blink of an eye, 10 years have passed since Professor Joep Lange formally established the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development. Our Executive Board reflects on our past, our present and our future as #AIGHDturns10.

Register today for ‘looming threat’ or ‘minor detail’? A free global health symposium on HIV drug resistance in Africa

Over the past 30 years, much progress has been made towards understanding and containing the worldwide HIV epidemic. But the virus itself is increasingly becoming resistant to the very medications used to treat it. Come to this symposium to hear experts discuss this challenge and the solutions for it.



Mobilizing social sciences against infectious threats.

HCV Study

Assessing the incremental cost-effectiveness of a hypothetical introduction of a dual AB/AG test to detect Hepatitis C compared to the standard of care in three countries.


Childhood Acute Illness & Nutrition Network