The curse of knowledge: Bridging the knowledge gap

Read a perspective of her Summer Research Program – Aging & Neurological Diseases track experience from a member of the cohort along with her work on the “Spatial Navigation Experiences and Abilities” project.

A personal case study on white coat syndrome

A student in the Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program – Public and Global Health track discusses her personal connection with a lecture on cardiovascular health.

Lessons in Alzheimer’s disease

Read a perspective on Alzheimer’s disease from a student in the Summer Research Program – Aging & Neurological Diseases track.

Enhancing sustainability in global cancer care

In this observation from a student in the Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program – Public and Global Health track, learn about how the PEWS systems works to assess health in hospitalized children.

The inextricable nature of food insecurity: A deeper look at Haiti’s eroded and disturbed river ecosystems

Written by Kyle Tran, A.B. candidate in biology, microbiology at Washington University in St. Louis; and participant in the 2023 Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program As a participant in the  Summer Research DIversity Program in Cardiovascular Disease & Hematology (RADIANCE) track, I was given the opportunity to attend a lecture titled, From Pearl […]

Celebrating freedom and wellness: Uniting our community for an empowered Juneteenth

Written by Maeve Fahy, BCL, MD candidate, University College Dublin, Ireland, and the Mark and Cathleen Reifsteck Summer Research Program Scholar in the 2023 Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program As a student in the Institute for Public Health Summer Research Program – Public and Global Health Track, I was thrilled to attend the festivities […]

Finding my footing in public health

Read about a student’s perspective on his Summer Research Program experience with the Public & Global Health Track.

Finding strength in differences

A student in the Summer Research Program-Public & Global Health Track blogs about Imposter Syndrome.

Expanding my horizons

This Summer Research Program student in the Public & Global Health Track discusses expanding her knowledge about maternal and infant disparities through the program.

Local and global period poverty

This student in the Summer Research Program-Public & Global Health Track discusses one of the issues facing more than 10% of the world’s population-meeting basic human needs.

A lesson in successful aging

Successful aging can be achieved through patient-focused care, according to this student in the Summer Research Program-Aging & Neurological Diseases Track.