Author: Gabrielle Peck

Gabrielle is a junior studying Neuroscience and Global Health. She is particularly interested in domestic healthcare systems and how they create power dynamics and influence health disparities. She believes that local health interventions are able to have a significant and global impact.

Five Northwestern Students Attend Emory Global Health Case Competition

This past March, five Northwestern students traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to compete in the Emory Global Health Case Competition. The diverse team, which was comprised of students hailing from Feinberg School of Medicine, Kellogg School of Management, and Weinberg College were tasked with creating an initiative to address mental health issues in Liberia. With a

A Look at the Israeli Healthcare System

In the quest to create a healthcare system that provides universal health coverage to all Americans, it is important to evaluate other healthcare systems throughout the world. While conversations typically focus on the European Union’s health insurance programs, I believe that further investigation of the universal healthcare system in Israel is necessary. Under collaborative supervision

Working at the Intersection of Human-Centered Design and Healthcare Technology: An Alumna Interview with Eleanor Burgess (SoC 2015)

Eleanor Burgess has been passionate about the intersection between human-centered design and healthcare technology since her days as a global health student here at Northwestern. After graduation, she received a Fulbright scholarship to obtain her Master of Science in Technology Entrepreneurship at University College London (UCL). During her time in London, she completed a Fulbright

The Power of Patient Narrative

“The whole world, all human life, is one story.” We as humans are hard wired for the listening and telling of stories. Our stories define who we are as individuals, and as a community. If we wish to have meaningful and strong relationships in our lives, we must be able to listen effectively. We can