The Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellowship provided medical students with the unique opportunity to conduct clinical research at an international site under the mentorship of Duke faculty.
The Doris Duke International Clinical Research Fellowship (ICRF) has been discontinued. The program, supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, provided an opportunity for up to three US medical students to complete a yearlong international clinical research project in one of four partnership locations: Sri Lanka, Kenya, Peru or Tanzania. The final DDICRF Fellows are currently completing their research years in Kenya and Tanzania.
CONTACT: Lysa MacKeen, Assistant Director for Experiential Learning
2018-2019 fellows (L to R): Aarti Thakkar, Sruti Pisharody and Helen Wu Li