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As a Fogarty Fellow, Dr. Mohammad Aminul Islam studied how the NDM-1 gene that makes some bacteria resistant to antibiotics established a presence in Bangladesh.
Fogarty's Global Health Program for Fellows and Scholars and Fulbright-Fogarty Fellows and Scholars in Public Health provide mentorship and research opportunities for early stage investigators from the U.S. and low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Fogarty profiles the work and experience of a Fellows and Scholars in each issue of Global Health Matters.
Fogarty Fellow Dr. Dorothy Dow conducted research to try to better understand the mental health needs and psychological difficulties experienced by HIV-infected youth in Tanzania.
As a Fulbright-Fogarty fellow in Malawi, Dr. Lily Gutnik studied how to change perceptions of breast cancer and increase the number of women who are screened for the disease.
Fogarty Fellow Dr. Gigi Bastien wants to improve understanding of the mental health and psycho-social challenges facing communities and individuals affected by Ebola.
As a Fogarty Scholar, Dr. Kogieleum Naidoo contributed to a pivotal study that led to more effective treatment of people co-infected with HIV and TB.
Dr. Paul Drain helped to assess point-of-care diagnostics for tuberculosis and HIV as a Fogarty scholar in South Africa.
Dr. Jessica Manning conducted malaria vaccine research as a Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholar in Mali.
To help develop more effective cholera vaccines, Dr. Brie Falkard has studied the human immune system response in Bangladesh.
Dr. Anna Babakhanyan studied whether HIV-free babies born to mothers with the virus receive normal or lower levels of the maternal antibodies that protect newborns from malaria.
Fogarty fellow and engineer Dr. Arti Kundu studies the role of unclean hands in water contamination in India.
Updated November 2017
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