Tag: Feinberg School of Medicine

Students of Global Health: Dennis Hong Liu

If he had to give one piece of advice to incoming medical school students, Dennis Hong Liu (pictured, second from left) would tell them to get as much exposure to new things as possible. As someone whose journey has taken him to Mexico and the world of global health after undergraduate study, he has experienced

Feinberg Global Health Day gathers panel to discuss Ebola outbreak

Ebola has been on the global radar the past few months and the current outbreak in West Africa continues to spread rapidly. As a part of the Feinberg School of Medicine’s Global Health Day, hosted by the Center for Global Health, a panel of experts from the university came together for a presentation and panel

Equipping Dominican HIV providers with the tools for best patient care

Guest post by Dr. Ramona Bhatia, Clinical Research Associate, Center for Global Health, and Instructor of Medicine, Feinberg School of Medicine Physicians such as myself practicing in high-income countries are privileged to utilize the latest medical technologies for patient care. In the majority of healthcare settings globally, however, even the most basic medical supplies, such

A Toxic Cycle

As a student of global health, I pride myself on keeping up to date on the various challenges to public health around the world, especially the most potent issues. I know about AIDS and malaria, I know about the problems with health insurance in China, and I know the struggles resource poor nations face in

Faculty panel discusses careers in public and global health

When it comes to global health studies, many students are left wondering how to practically engage with the material learned in class while still making an income and supporting themselves. On May 1, the Office of International Program Development / Global Health Studies brought five faculty members from different disciplines together to talk about practical