Global Medicine Pathway Alumni

Group of alumni and faculty at NARHC

Group of alumni and faculty at NARHC

76% of alumni specifically care for an underserved population
A group of residents and alumni attending ASTMH

Group of residents and alumni attending ASTMH

"I'm lucky enough to have a very international patient population. It keeps me humble."
Group of alumni and faculty visiting Niagra falls

Group of alumni and faculty visiting Niagra falls

86.2% of alumni see immigrants/refugees as part of their regular work

Alumni: Thank you for being part of our Pathway!

I specifically came to UMN for the global health pathway, and I was not disappointed. Through my training I gained what I consider a top tier education in tropical medicine, refugee health, and global health. My experiences at the Center for International Health and during my rotations with the International Organization for Migration inspired me to make a career of refugee and global health. Honestly, I can say if it weren’t for the global health training I received at UMN, I wouldn’t be where I am today.

Get Involved

Get Involved

Volunteer:

Donate

  • Global Medicine Pathway: Your gift supports multiple Global Medicine Pathway activities including program curriculum development, international clinical rotations and stipend assistance, local travel medicine rotations, community outreach, and other resident activities.
  • Tufundishane Fund: Your gift helps fund one full-time, continuous faculty position to maintain a continuous service presence at Selian Lutheran Hospital in Arusha, Tanzania.

Mentor/Other Involvement

Resources

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Connect With Other Alumni

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Travel & Tropical Medicine Seminar (3rd Wednesday of the month)

Alumni Happy Hour (May, date TBD - sign up for the listserv to be notified!) 

Humanitarian Simulation (May 17-19, 2019)

Center for Global Health & Social Responsibility events

Alumni global health activities after residency include:

  • Conducting research
  • Attending TTMS
  • Practicing travel medicine
  • Serving refugees and immigrants in hospital/clinic setting in US
  • Acting as volunteer and member of board of directors with local NGO doing global health development work
  • Serving as UMN pathway site director
  • Participating actively as a member of ASTMH
  • Working at CDC's Centers for Global Health Emergency Response and Recovery Branch