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ICAP

This week, nine Next Generation interns will travel to Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Swaziland to work with local ICAP-supported programs.

ICAP’s “Next Generation Program”:http://www.icap.columbia.edu/student-center/internships/ is a multidisciplinary training initiative that provides hands-on internships in global health to students enrolled in a variety of academic programs including public health, medicine, nursing, dentistry, social work, and business at Columbia University and at other institutions.

For a period of two to six months, they will be learning from global health experts, gaining valuable professional and cultural experience, while participating in the design, implementation, and evaluation of global health initiatives. Every student works closely with a mentor prior to departure and while in country.

We are pleased to work with this year’s Next Generation trainees:

*Rebecca Tisdale* (Ethiopia)
Training: MD
Project: Strengthening Multidisciplinary HIV/ART teams at Bishoftu Hospital

*Shanna Kofman* (Ethiopia)
Training: MD
Project: Strengthening Pediatric Care and Treatment Services at Bishoftu Hospital

*Ginger Golub* (Kenya)
Training: MPH
Project: Integrating CVD Services into HIV Care and Treatment Services

*Camilla Burkot* (Lesotho)
Training: MPH
Project: START Study

*Mariam Reda* (Lesotho)
Training: MPH
Project: TB REACH Study

*Roberta Sutton* (Mozambique)
Training: MPH
Project: Engage4Health Study

*Noelle Esquire* (Tanzania)
Training: MPH
Project: Reproductive and Child Health Platform Evaluation

*Subha Perni* (Swaziland)
Training: MD
Project: Link4Health Study

*Hialy Gutierrez* (Swaziland)
Training: MPH
Project: Link4Health Study

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