Jason Chen was one of three recipients of the John and Martha Mabie Fellowship for Public Health Research this year. He spent his summer interning at Genesis, a health and youth focused nonprofit in South Africa. Tell us about your project. I had been studying with the IPD program in Stellenbosch, South Africa during spring
Name: Gabriella DelHoyo (WCAS 2012) Major: Political Science Minor: Global Health Studies Gabriella DelHoyo graduated in 2012 with a Political Science major and Global Health Studies minor. For the past year and a half, Gabriella has been working with the 2020 Microclinic Initiative to improve maternal health in rural Kenya. What else were you involved
Divya Mallampati graduated from the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences in 2009. She was a pre-medical student majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Global Health Studies. She discovered her passion for anthropology in her Freshman Seminar, “The Anthropology of Violence.” That course spurred a curiosity–one that would resonate till today–about the treatment of women’s
Not all forms of effective medical treatment come in a pill bottle or are administered through a sharp injection to the forearm. Despite economic and medical progress in urban India, many rural villages and communities lack access to any form of health care. Access to healthcare in rural areas is an issue that the U.S.
More than a year ago, I was sitting with my grandparents on the morning of the New Year eating a champurrada and reading the Guatemalan newspaper Prensa Libre. We had celebrated the previous night at a nice restaurant in the colonial city of Antigua where we watched the sky light up with fireworks at midnight.