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2008-09 Global Field Experience Fund Winners

Ted Alcorn

Ted Alcorn
 My project evaluates the installation of water kiosks in small communities in Ghana with the aim of improving the residents' access to safe drinking water.

Hannah Arem

Hannah Arem
The aim of my study is to evaluate an existing medical care delivery program at a primary care clinic in rural Uganda.

Chelsea Cooper

Chelsea Cooper
My research intership with UNICEF India is on “Child Health Policy and Programming Regarding Marginalized Communities.” 

Rita Czako

Rita Czakó
My research will be used to improve existing influenza survelliance systems through a clinical study in a mostly pediatric population with influenza-like symptoms in three sentinel surveillance sites for influenza in Panamá.

Britt Ehrhardt

Britt Ehrhardt
My project helps a South African nonprofit implement a study of teachers' perceptions of the organization’s school-based health services.

Caitlin Kennedy

Caitlin Kennedy
My study examines serosorting, sexual behavior, and relationships in the context of a matrimonial service for people living with HIV at YRGCARE in Chennai, India.

Lauren Kleutsch

Lauren Kleutsch
 My project provides qualitative evaluation of Project Accept, a community-based Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) program, to understand how VCT may alter norms around  HIV testing and HIV-related stigma.

Samar Khoury

Samar Khoury
 This water quality assessment project examines water at the household and source levels and collects diarrheal episodes in children in a refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon.

Michelle Mergler

Michelle Mergler
The purpose of my internship with Catholic Relief Services is to aid in monitoring, evaluation, and implementation of the AIDSRelief Program in Zambia.

Jose Ramirez

Jose Luis Ramirez
My project analyzes the endogenous microbial flora of field mosquitoes in Panama to better understand the factors that can modulate the mosquito’s capacity to transmit dengue virus.

Lindsey Reynolds

Lindsey Reynolds
Through intensive isiZulu language training and ethnographic research my dissertation research contributes to the development of more effective programs for children affected by HIV/AIDS.

Hilary Schwandt

Hilary Schwandt
My study tests whether group family planning counseling among gynecology patients in Ghana was equivalent to individual  counseling in increasing family planning knowledge and intentions to use it.

Prabu Selvam

Prabu Selvam
My study aims to develop low-cost technologies to characterize the infectious cough of tuberculosis patients in Lima, Peru.

Ozge Tuncalp

Özge Tunçalp
My work examines a community-based HIV treatment program in Hamburg, South Africa in terms of treatment adherence, clinical prognosis and the role of community health care workers.

Sarah Wampold

Sarah Wampold
My project involves the study design, data abstraction, management and analysis of data from an HIV/AIDS management program for pregnant women in South Africa.

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