Mount Sinai Global Health Education

The Mount Sinai Global Health's Education program, directed by Natasha Anu Anandaraja, MD, MPH, is dedicated to improving health care for the underserved by training future leaders in global health. A multi-departmental initiative, the program provides educational opportunities for students and physicians through lecture series, introductory and advanced courses in the Mount Sinai Masters of Public Health program, and field projects at our partner sites.

The program has sent trainees at all levels to work with partners in developing nations on public health and research projects – from devising strategies for malaria control in rural Tanzania, to studying the health impacts of water privatization in Bolivia, to creating community health curricula for Native American students in North Dakota.

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