Published on 16 May 2019
The 2018-19 academic year marked the first time the Dahdaleh Institute engaged undergraduate interns.
Mentored by Faculty and Research Fellows, student interns learned firsthand about today’s priority global health challenges and how to address them through excellence in research. The internship program is coordinated by Theresa Dinh, who matched trainees with researchers and guided them throughout the experiential learning experience.
On April 17 2019, students showcased the work they did during the year to the leadership, researchers, staff and fellow interns at the Dahdaleh Institute.
Click here to read about each student's work.
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Theresa Dinh, Institute Coordinator
Tanya Narang, Research Assistant [FW18-19; S19]
Shubhdeep Nagi, Planetary Health Research Assistant [FW18-19; S19]
Sayo Falade, Global Health and Humanitarianism Research Assistant [FW18-19]
Mikaela Maquiling, Event and Communications Assistant [FW18-19]
Fatima Sayedi, Research Assistant, Planetary Health [FW 18-19]
Eileen Santiago, Communications Assistant [FW18-S19]
Dolev Yissar, Research Assistant, Global Health Foresighting [FW18-19]
Bryan Yau, Research Assistant, Global Health Foresighting [S19; FW19-20]
Ameen Al-Gailani, Special Projects Assistant, Backend [FW18-S19]