The WCMC Global Health Curriculum seeks to expose medical students to the interdisciplinary field of global health, providing them with meaningful opportunities and the knowledge necessary to engage with resource-poor communities, in the United States and abroad. Through a longitudinal program featuring didactic coursework, experiential learning, and mentorship, students will be able to make informed decisions about how they hope to address global health equity in their future careers. To learn more about our Global Health Curriculum, you may access your course and lecture information here.
If you are a student enrolled in the Global Health Curriculum, you may access your course and lecture information here.
Incoming students, pre-register for the Curriculum here.
*Note that enrollment in the Curriculum indicates a student’s commitment to complete all of the requirements as defined below.*
Over 100 hours of training seminars and didactics over 4 years
Monthly public Global Health Grand Rounds lectures (50% attendance required in MS1)
Careers in Global Health Seminars (optional)
The Curriculum requirements:
Students may participate in any of the individual components without being enrolled in the Curriculum. However, only students fulfilling all of the requirements will be distinguished as having completed the Weill Cornell Global Health Curriculum. In addition, those enrolled in the Curriculum will receive priority in scheduling, should space be limited.
Weill Cornell Medicine Center for Global Health 402 East 67th Street, 2nd Floor New York, NY 10065 Phone: (646) 962-8140 Fax: (646) 962-0285