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Schools with Global Health Strategy?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by unfrozencaveman, Dec 20, 2005.

  1. unfrozencaveman

    unfrozencaveman not a dude
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    Hey, does anyone know off hand which schools have a prominent Global Health strategy, with an emphasis on study abroad, global health research, etc?
     
  2. princessd3

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    Cornell, Michigan.
     
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  3. unfrozencaveman

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    Thanks.. I've heard good things about the UMich program.. Anyone else?
     
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    mmm...know a lot of schools have 4th year electives that you can do abroad. Think georgetown might have some program, but I know Baylor has a pretty reputable international health track (http://www.bcm.edu/medschool/tracks/international/index.htm)
     
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    You're probably not interested in this but there's a school in Israel called Ben Gurion University the entire focus of which is International Health. It's affiliated with Columbia.
     
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    University of Michigan, Harvard, and Ohio State have strong history of global health initiatives. I my friends (3rd and 4th year students) at Ohio State that even started "the ride for world health" http://www.amsa.org/r4wh/rider.cfm

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  7. Jon Davis

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    Indiana University has a study abroad elective in Kenya. I believe you can do it your 2nd yr during the summer. You go with a bunch of students along with a faculty member.
     
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    Penn, Case, Tulane, GW, NYU all have ample global health opportunities.
     
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    Albert Einstein too.
     
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    rochester, gwu
     

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