The Arnhold Institute for Global Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group, Inc.) today announced the Mount Sinai-GLG Global Health Scholars program. The partnership between a top medical school and the world’s leading platform for professional learning will create new opportunities for select medical students interested in global health to supplement their formal curriculum with one-on-one learning from top experts across industries and geographies.
The program launches with seven Global Health Scholars. The Scholars will partner with GLG research specialists and faculty at the Arnhold Institute to create individualized learning plans based on the Scholars’ unique research interests within global health. These plans will include one-on-one interactions with experts from GLG’s membership – including policy specialists, global business leaders, and other top professionals – as well as catalytic learning opportunities in the classroom and in the field.
The first class of Mount Sinai-GLG Global Health Scholars, all first-year medical students, include: Syed Haider, Mimi Smith, Lillian Jin, Samuel Kebede, Taylor Miller, Isaiah Levy, and Nikita Gupta (pictured above from left to right)
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