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As communications manager for the IU Center for Global Health and AMPATH, Debbie shares stories about the university's partnerships to improve health care in Kenya and around the world. Contact her at 317-278-0827 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indiana University’s global health track for medical residents is distinctive because it is interdisciplinary bringing together residents from various specialties such as medicine, pediatrics, and surgery on a quarterly basis to learn about and discuss various aspects of global health that cut across all specialties. IU School of Medicine assistant professor of pediatrics Megan McHenry, […]
This summer three Indiana University School of Medicine physicians join the AMPATH partnership as team leaders and will work with their Kenyan counterparts at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) and Moi University School of Medicine to lead in the areas of medicine, pediatrics and surgery. Faculty members from IU and other AMPATH consortium members […]
New residents from ten diverse specialties have been selected to join the Indiana University School of Medicine Interdepartmental Global Health Residency Track coordinated by the Indiana University Center for Global Health. The interdepartmental Global Health Residency Track is a co-curricular, optional track for medical residents while they complete their specialty training. The global health track […]
As a little boy, Grant Callen had two dreams. He wanted to be President and he wanted to go to Africa. Inspired by the missionary experiences of fellow church members, as a small child he often told his mother “I go Africa.” After completing the Swahili Language Flagship program at Indiana University Bloomington, Callen did […]
The Indiana University Center for Global Health convened the first Global Health Scholars Day on May 2. The event featured poster presentations and the opportunity for those interested in global health throughout the university to network and share information. “The purpose of Global Health Scholars Day is to showcase the excellent work being done by […]
Hands-on global health opportunities and challenges await four first-year Indiana University School of Medicine students selected to travel to the AMPATH program in western Kenya this summer. Students Sean Buehler, Michael Harding, Bilal Jawed and Grace Rushton form this year’s class of student ambassadors, called Slemenda Scholars, who will learn about every facet of AMPATH’s […]
During more than a dozen visits over the last 24 years, Stephanie and Craig Brater have witnessed the transformative development of the health care system in western Kenya and that experience will fuel more global health advances as they assume leadership of the Indiana University Center for Global Health development board. Established in 2010, the […]