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Global Health Pathway for Residents and Fellows

Project Overview

The mission of the Global Health Residency/Fellowship Pathway (GHRF Pathway), jointly administered by the Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health and DGHI, is to develop academic leaders in global health dedicated to reducing human suffering caused by health disparities. As a distinguished program that incorporates multiple departments, the GHRF Pathway delivers tailored postgraduate training experiences integrating specialty-specific research opportunities, masters-level didactic training, and close mentorship to develop careers in global health.

• 9 years of enrollment
• 23 graduates/10 currently enrolled
• 15 MPH/MSc-GH awarded
• 11 months at overseas site, on average
• 6 departments & 11 sub-specialties participating
• 15 Fogarty Global Health Training Fellowships
• 6 Early Career Development Awards
• 17 graduates with academic appointments (including ongoing training)
• 2 graduates at CDC; 1 at NIH; 3 graduates in public health / NGO sector; 2 in fellowship training
• >90 global health manuscripts produced by trainees during and after participation

Topics

Department & School

Medicine: Infectious Diseases
School of Medicine

Countries

Sponsors

Project Status

Ongoing

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