2014 Global Health Scholar Award Recipients

2014 Global Health Scholar Award Recipients

Julia Amundson (MD/MPH), for understanding public health trauma capacity preparation for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Cecily Barber (MD/MPH), for implementing electronic record data for TB/HIV screening in Prisone Civile in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Kimberly Berger (MD/MPH), for Open MRS implementation at Marmont Maternity Clinic in Marmont, Haiti
Scott Berger (MD/MPH), for expanding an existing house water treatment program for over 600 families in rural Nicaragua
Gaelle Brun-Cottan (MD/MPH), for providing combined antenatal care and HIV testing in rural Mysore, India through community outreach and mobile clinic vans
Zin Chan (MD/MPH), for evaluating the cervical cancer prevention and treatment program at Population Services International (PSI) in Yagon, Myanmar
Michelle Chong (MD/MPH), for implementing community health and health education at the Jubilee House Community in Ciudad Sandino, Nicaragua
Emma Crichton (MD/MPH), for the assessment of current public health interventions established by Global Brigades in various Panamanian communities in Honduras
Emeka Egbebike (MD/MPH), for the prevention and management of endemic HIV, Tuberculosis and Sickle Cell Disease in Enugu, Nigeria
Shida Haghighat (MD/MPH), for road traffic injury burden and prevention in Santo Tome, Argentina
Eunsung Kim (MD/MPH), for expanding HIV strategy for at-risk communities in Costa Rica, Belize, and Nicaragua
Charity Lee (MD/MPH), for recommending evidence-base interventions to reduce childhood mortality in Guatemala City, Guatemala
Lauren Lewis (MD/MPH), for uniting exercise and medicine by assessing the integration of exercise into health care through the Exercise is Medicine Singapore initiative in Changi, Singapore
David Mai (MD/MPH), for developing patient navigation for the Department of Medical Biology and Genetics in Hanoi, Vietnam
Mallory Monda (MD/MPH), for standardizing safe and efficient burial procedures for Ebola deaths for the World Health Organization (WHO) in Sierra Leone
Chandani Patel (MD/MPH), for exploring public health education and screening programs for tobacco induced oral cancers in Ahmedabad, India
Amelia Poquette (MD/MPH), for assessing knowledge and attitudes towards Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) in Kigali, Rwanda
Daniel Salahuddin (MD/MPH), for comparing tobacco control practices in the United States and in France through intervention implementation in Paris, France
Jennifer Shiroky (MD/MPH), for the assessment of healthcare administration and delivery in metropolitan versus rural Haiti
John Strutner (MD/MPH), for assisting Cap Haitien Health Network’s effort to improve health care in Northern Haiti
Julien Thomas (MD/MPH), for measuring the effects of urbanization and the western diet on South Asian cardiovascular diseases risk in Mysore, India