In collaboration with faculty from the Center for Vaccine Development and the Institute of Human Virology with Med-Peds and Pediatric faculty leadership, this robust track provides residents with a unique, meaningful experience to gain skills to become highly successful leaders in Global Health.

This track will incorporate a wide range of didactic and clinical experiences to provide a comprehensive, integrated approach to global health including:

  • Quarterly didactic, interactive lectures by faculty actively involved in global health on issues relevant to public health, research and clinical care
  • Mentorship with physicians actively engaged in global health
  • A robust curriculum focused on core topics in global health including public health, working in resource poor areas, vaccinology and disaster management
  • Research with mentorship on projects addressing global health issues
  • Global health clinical experience (international and/or domestic) for at least 4 weeks, with the potential for a second rotation during the 4th year
  • Resident-led global health focused journal clubs
  • Dedicated Global Health Chief Resident