Addressing Tuberculosis, Diabetes, and Drug Overdoses Globally: Community-Informed Solutions

Although tuberculosis (TB) has had a cure since 1948, there were an estimated 10.4 million new cases of TB in 2015 [1]. TB, the leading infectious killer of adults in the world, claimed the lives of over 1.8 million people in 2015- that’s roughly 4,000 people every day dying from a preventable, curable disease. It […]

Global Scholar Perspective: India with the Global Health Leadership Program

In August of 2015, I had the pleasure of going on a month long interprofessional educational experience with the Global Health Leadership Program (GHLP). The trip was a 4-week rotation through the hospital at Dr. D.Y.Patil Medical and Research Hospital in Pune, India. During my time there, I rotated through OB, Community clinics, Medicine and […]