Rutgers and UMDNJ Host Global Health Fair Showcasing Students

November 29, 2012

Rutgers undergraduates and students from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey stood side-by-side on Wednesday, November 27 presenting health-related research at a global health fair – the first public collaborative event since legislation was enacted and approved by the Rutgers governing boards to bring together the two institutions. Bloustein undergraduate Public Health and pre-medical major Musunga Mulenga, the recipient of the Project L/EARN 2010 “Intern of the Year” Award, presented a poster on her community outreach efforts in Oaxaca, Mexico during her summer internship. Ms. Mulenga also discussed careers in global health with keynote speaker Francis Barchi,  a senior fellow at Rutgers’ Institute for Women’s Leadership whose research focuses on women’s health in southern Africa.

Read the full story at Rutgers Today.

 

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