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Reflections: My Internship at the University of Global Health Equity

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Reflections on the AL for Health Gathering 21

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One Unique Gap Year Changed This West African Alum

I grew up in a small town in Lagos, Nigeria, where almost everyone was either an entrepreneur or someone related to a business owner. This exposure introduced me to the world of entrepreneurship at an early age and helped fuel my passion for problem-solving. One of the pressing issues I identified as a young child […]

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Africa Standing Up For Global Health Equity

The world is grasping towards its new-normal platitude at a very fast pace. We are evidencing how much effort is being invested to carefully define new ways of living that will offer a subtle life operation without erupting another pandemic.   With most pre-Covid norms being malleable to fit in the new normal, there are […]

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Kwasi Adu-Berchie ’09

Kwasi Adu-Berchie '09 from Ghana is an exciting researcher in the field of immunotherapy, seeking to find effective and accessible treatments for cancer. Currently studying towards a PhD at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University, Kwasi is focused on developing affordable Africa-centric solutions to the various diseases that currently plague the continent. He is a past recipient of the Richard Lee Featherstone Endowed Prize at Michigan State University, awarded to senior students who demonstrate an open, curious, creative approach to education and ideas, as well as intellectual ingenuity.

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Internship at Doctors without Borders (MSF)

This is a great opportunity! All you have to be is curious, ready to listen hard, learn as much as you can and CONTRIBUTE!

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