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  • Photo Credit: Andrew Shurtleff/The Daily Progress

    Health and Medical Sciences Center for Global Health Case Competition at the Darden School

    HMSA Monticello High School students and UVA student mentors and judges displayed excellence in global health engagement. See the Daily Progress coverage and the full program and schedule for details. Photo Credit: Andrew Shurtleff/The Daily Progress

  • CGH Student Advisory Board

    The CGH Student Advisory Board Application is Open

    The Student Advisory Board has ... allowed me to explore my passion for global health while promoting awareness and exposure to global health issues across the world. By being apart of SAB, you will join a group of passionate students set on shaping the future of health and healthcare, domestically and internationally. My experience in SAB has only solidified my interests and positively shaped my time at UVA. - Erica Stephens

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    CGH Global Health Case Competition

    Congratulations and thanks to all the 2019 GHCC competitors. Join us in supporting GLOBAL PROBLEM SOLVERS at the Emory International Global Health Case Competition in March.

     

    Thank you to the Heath and Medical Sciences Academy students from Monticello High School for joining us!

     

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Photo Credit: 2019 CGH in Medicine Scholar, Korey Marshall
Korey Marshall, 2019 CGH Scholar in Medicine supported by the Nancy Walton Pugh / Class of 1985 Scholarship Fund

There is a very high level of respect for the physicians and the work they do to serve their communities here in Costa Rica. During my week working in the outpatient hematology/oncology clinic, I had the pleasure of working with and learning from Dra. Muñoz. I witnessed her operate at maximum efficiency each day to see as many of the seemingly unlimited patients as possible.  I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been able to immerse myself in the language and culture of Costa Rica. The opportunity to observe the practice of medicine and learn from the outstanding clinicians at HNN is an experience that I am absolutely certain has improved my understanding of the myriad illness affecting children here in Costa Rica and those that I may care for in my during my career.

-- Korey Marshall, 2019 CGH Scholar in Medicine supported by the Nancy Walton Pugh / Class of 1985 Scholarship Fund