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2010 Global Health Institute Field Scholars

fs awards 2010 insetEmory Global Health Institute Field Scholars are recipients of the Institute's Global Health Institute Field Scholars Awards. Scholars are students from across Emory University who have proposed innovative global learning projects that involve a partnership with local organizations in the country where they seek to conduct field work. To apply for a Global Health Institute Field Scholars Award, please see our field scholar funding opportunities.

Global Health Institute Field Scholars can be individual field scholars or multidisciplinary team field scholars. A list of the 2010 field scholars and their projects are found below. Please click on each project to learn about the scholars and their global health field experiences.

Individual Field Scholar Projects

Epidemiology and Ecology of Zoonotic Enteric Pathogens Associated with Diarrheal Disease in the Greater Gombe Ecosystem, Tanzania
PRONTO: Program for Maternal and Neonatal Rescue: Optimal Treatment
Yemin Orde Curriculum Development Project
 

Multidisciplinary Team Field Scholar Projects

Assessing Perceptions and Provisions for Mental Disease among Rural Haitian Society
Evaluating and Expanding Access to Household Chlorination in Rural Haiti
Evaluation of a Family Health Program on Vaccines, Nutrition, and Diarreal Disease in Vespasiano, Brazil
Livestock, Gender, and Human Nutrition: An Interdisciplinary Study in Kenya's Rift Valley
Responding to the Conservative Backlash to Women's Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Mexico
Sanitation Systems and Strategies in Ghana: Cultural Assessments and Policy Recommendations
When Technology Meets Community: Implications of Genetic Testing in Eleuthera, Bahamas