2012 Global Health Scholar Award Recipients

2012 Global Health Scholar Award Recipients

Rammy Assaf, for service projects with rural and indigenous vulnerable populations in the Kausay Wasi Clinic in Coya, Peru and the Batey Relief Alliance in Monte Plata, DR.

Nick Cnossen, for a process improvement project in conjunction with Medical Students in Action in Los Hoyos, Dominican Republic to work on expanding the existing Community Health Worker program.

Adam Crosland, for community healthcare assessment and data collection projects in the San Blas Health Center Project, San Blas, Panama and the Medishare/Maternal Health Center in Marmont, Haiti.

Kelly Grannan, for a Columbia University Fellowship/International Family AIDProgram in La Romana, Dominican Republic to work on a health literacy project.

Jason Heffley, for a European Center for the Environment and Human Health project in the UK to examine the impact of the aging demographic on pharmaceuticals in the environment.

Brandon Hendrickson, for a process improvement project in conjunction with Medical Students in Action in Los Hoyos, Dominican Republic to work on expanding the existing Community Health Worker program.

Elan Horesh, for a public health assessment with a focus on nutritional awareness in the San Blas Health Center Project in San Blas, Panama.

Chase Knickerbocker, for analysis on developing a community participatory intervention for combating anemia in isolated communities in rural Managua, Nicaragua in conjunction with the AMOS organization.

Julie Levasseur, for a Maternal Health Center Medishare project in Marmont, Haiti to conduct a public health assessment of the staff’s and patients’ needs.

Michael Maguire, for a Duke University Global Health Fellowship/WHO Internship in Geneva, Switzerland to work on a Roll Back Malaria Partnership program.

Gregory Milligan, for service project to provide a sustainable source of clean water for the Nyarushanje village in Uganda.

Diana Roman-Arocho, for analysis on developing a community participatory intervention for combating anemia in isolated communities in rural Managua, Nicaragua in conjunction with the AMOS organization.