The mission of the Global Health Scholars Program is to promote student participation in international research, patient care and educational activities with the intent to address healthcare challenges of an interdependent world.
The Global Health Scholars Program strives to:
- Provide each student the opportunity to experience international medical education, public health, patient care and clinical or basic science research during their time at KSOM.
- Encourage interdisciplinary research to gain a better understanding of international health issues.
- Promote collaborative educational experiences for our students via distant learning and professional/cultural exchange programs.
- Work collaboratively with the Institute of Global Health in achieving goals related to global health.
- Discover the expanse of the world and “go global”!
The International Medicine Student Interest Group (IMSIG) promotes global medicine by fostering awareness of international health issues, helping students to find international medical travel opportunities, and sponsoring a lunch-time speaker series of physicians involved with international health.
When do I have time to go? Can I get elective credit? Are there international rotations? Get answers to these questions and much more by going to Educational Programs.
Grants & Fellowships
Search a comprehensive list of possible funding resources in Grants & Fellowships.
If you need more information about KSOM Global Health opportunities, go to Contact Us.
Before You Go
No two global health experiences are alike. So Before You Go, check out this list of helpful information sites.
Frequently Asked Questions
You are not alone with your questions and concerns. Go to the FAQ section to get some answers.
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