We define Global Health as service, training, and research to address health problems that transcend national boundaries, disproportionately affect the resource poor, and are best addressed by multidisciplinary solutions. Read more...
The Center for Global Health at Weill Cornell Medicine is designed to provide trainees with the skills and knowledge required to become active and engaged in a global context. Our educational programs include a global health perspective and provides the opportunity for faculty-trainee mentorship, field work, and independent study. We offer programs for Undergraduate students, Medical Students, Graduate and Post-Doctoral students, and Clinical Residents and Fellows. Learn more...
The Weill Cornell Global Health Research Fellowship is a 3 year fellowship designed to train generalist clinician-scientists for academic careers in global health research. This innovative Fellowship is tailored for post-residency graduates in internal medicine and provides a unique opportunity for essential time dedicated to field work and research training. Fellows receive intensive mentorship from faculty in New York and international Weill Cornell faculty throughout their training.
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