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MSIH clinical rotations
For 17 years of the 21 years of MSIH's existence, as part of the Global Health curriculum, the school has been sending 4th years students to partner institutions in resource-scarce medical settings. Eight-week clinical rotations range from rural African villages to South-East Asian clinics. These clinical rotations give students a first-hand experience of life as a physician in very challenging circumstances. Anyone wishing for more information about the clerkships and their effectiveness can see this article. Six Hundred Graduates As these words are being written, students are doing clinical rotations in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Peru, Ghana, and a remote ...
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Prospective student events
MSIH holds periodic prospective student events online, as well as in-person across the US, Canada, and Israel. We invite you to join us to learn more about our admissions process, as well as ask questions about our unique M.D. Program. Upcoming Information Sessions: Join us at an information session for the opportunity to learn more about our M.D. program and speak with a member of our admissions team. At most events, you will also hear from an MSIH alum about their experience. New York City: Tuesday, February 18th @ 1001 Avenue of the Americas Register here >>> Chicago, IL: ...
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Beer-Sheva Innovation
MSIH is located in the heart of Beer-Sheva, the capital of Israel's Negev region. Beer-Sheva is a place where the past and future converge, and Ben Gurion University has captured the essence of Beer-Sheva innovation in their latest video on the city’s development. While studying and training in medical school, you'll have opportunities to explore the vibrant life that Beer-Sheva has to offer. Academically, you'll gain from the advantages that come with being part of the research and innovation of BGU. You'll also be in close proximity to Beer-Sheva's high-tech park. The Beer-Sheva Innovation Hub Students at MSIH are often ...
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Global Health MD Program
Studying medicine with an emphasis in global health can help you make a major contribution to health care across the world. The goal of a global health MD program is to work towards better health for each individual patient, no matter what country they are from, and to make an effort to achieve equality of healthcare access globally. Studying through the lens of global health prepares you to take yourself out of your comfort zone and trains you to think outside the box. It’s about understanding global communities, but being able to think and act in the best way given ...
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Biomedical Engineering Project
Some of the audience (including engineering students from across several industries) attending the MSIH Biomedical Engineering Program 2020 At the kick-off of the MSIH-Biomedical Engineering project in 2019, about 20 students turned out. Five of them were from MSIH, and the remaining 15 were from the Biomedical Engineering department. Despite the relatively low numbers at the kick-off, the program gained momentum and interest from every corner of the campus over the past year. Students presented amazing ideas and worked tirelessly to develop them. Some continue to this day. MSIH is keeping an eye on their progress. At the introductory meeting ...
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Alumni in Global Health

Kate Horan on Doctors Without Borders missionKatherine (Kate) Horan, M.D., (class of 2012) is in the Ivory Coast on her fourth mission with Doctors Without Borders. 

After completing her pediatrics residency at Baystate Medical Center, Dr. Horan fulfilled her lifelong dream and joined Doctors Without Borders as a pediatrician. Over the past two years, she has served as the managing physician in a malaria and malnutrition ward in rural Chad, director of a refugee camp hospital in South Sudan, and technical advisor for a 300-bed pediatric hospital in Mali. Her current mission in the Ivory Coast involves the implementation and advancement of global neonatology protocols.

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