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In Bangladesh, Dr. Eric Nelson identified key factors that contributed to the understanding of cholera transmission, and developed partnerships that would lead to future collaborations.
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.
Dr. Shuchi Anand Fogarty fellowship segued into an NIH career development grant that allowed her to expand upon her chronic kidney disease work in India.
Dr. Cameron Gaskill studied how to enhance hospital referral systems for emergency care patients who were tested and found to be HIV positive in Ghana.
Dr. Fran Wu, the first Fogarty ophthalmology Fellow, spent a year in Ethiopia researching retinoblastoma, a rare pediatric eye cancer.
Dr. Aileen Chang's experience as the first dermatologist to be awarded a Fogarty fellowship helped affirm her interest in a career in global health.
For Dr. Vivek Naranbhai, his time as a Fogarty Fellow changed his outlook and confirmed that his future lay in global health.
Five years after completing a Fogarty global health fellowship in pediatric cardiology, Dr. Amy Sims Sanyahumbi has returned to Malawi.
As a Fogarty Fellow in China, Dr. Brian Hall examined the social and health challenges facing African migrants.
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 Fellow Dr. Dorothy Dow conducted research on the mental health needs and psychological difficulties experienced by HIV-infected youth in Tanzania.
Updated April 2019
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