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CIDEA Stanford Global Health Consortium: Innovation, Design, Evaluation, and Action
The Office of Global Health funds Stanford faculty, residents and students to the above sites for clinical, educational and research purposes depending upon the site chosen. Independent research projects can be developed especially at the Bangladesh site.
Eritrea, Bangladesh, Liberia, Indonesia, Malawi, Nepal, Uganda, South Africa
Programmatic: Novel Education Clinical Trainees and Researchers (NECTAR) Program
We propose to establish a Support Center (Consortium) involving University of California- Berkeley, Yale University, Stanford University and Florida International University to train postdoctoral fellows, PhD graduate students, and medical students
Bangladesh, Kenya, Zimbabwe
The Global Health Equity Scholars (GHES) fellowship is a one-year research training program for post-doctoral fellows, upper-level PhD students and professional school (MD, DVM, DrPH, DDS, PharmD) students.
Consortium of Universities in Global Health
Education in Subsaharan Africa
Twinned with various overseas institutions
Makerere University - Uganda, Tugela Ferry - South Africa, Orotta Medical School - Eritrea
Michele Barry, MD, FACP is the Senior Associate Dean for Global Health and Director of the Center for Innovation in Global Health. As a co-Founder and co-Director of the Yale/Stanford Johnson and Johnson Global Health Scholar Award,she has sent over 1000 physicians overseas to underserved areas to help strengthen health infrastructure in low resource settings. She also is current co-PI of two NIH initiatives: Global Health Equity Scholars Program and the NIH-MEPI to twin University of Zimbabwe Health Sciences with Stanford. As a past President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, she led an educational initiative in tropical medicine and travelers health which culminated in diploma courses in tropical medicine both in the U.S. and overseas, as well as a U.S. certification exam. Dr. Barry is an elected member of the Institute of Medicine and National Academy of Science. She also sits on the the Board of Directors of the Consortium of Universities involved in Global Health (CUGH), the Foundation for Advancement in International Education (FAIMER and Fogarty-NIH advisory board. Areas of scholarly interest include ethical issues involving research overseas, clinical tropical medicine, emerging infectious diseases, problems of underserved populations and globalization's impact upon health in the developing world.