Tracy was in intern at Center for Science in the Public Interest in their health promotion policy department and a garden apprentice at Wangari Gardens, a nonprofit community garden.
Supported by a rural clinic in Palacios, Bolivia, Jennifer conducted interviews with Promotores de Salud to qualitatively evaluate program status and development.
Bert worked with the Alliance for Stroke Awareness and Prevention Project (ASAPP) on a case-control study to determine risk factors for hypertension.
Nirupama worked with children from the indigenous populations of Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia, who were affected with Chagas disease.
Jina interned at the World Health Organization with the Cost-Effectiveness, Expenditure, and Priority Settings unit.
Luis conducted a qualitative pilot study to assess maternal attitudes, behaviors and beliefs around hookworm infection in rural Ghana.
Suhana conducted a research project with a team of Yale students to assess the barriers and facilitators of Type 2 Diabetes management in the resource-limited coastal towns of Ecuador.
Andrew's research in Salvador was intended to help describe the behavior of Leptospira interrogans, the bacteria that causes the disease leptospirosis.
This summer Kimberly Vasquez worked with a research team in an HIV clinic at a public hospital in León, Nicaragua and participated in community service.