Mary Duke Biddle Scholars Program

Constituency: Med students; Residents/Fellows
Office: Center for Innovation in Global Health

The Mary Duke Biddle Scholars program provides funds to encourage the global health interests of trainees in pediatrics. The program sends physicians and trainees overseas to provide clinical care to children most in need.


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