Global Health Track
The Global Health Residency Track at Indiana University School of Medicine offers a unique resident experience for those with aspirations to better understand the social, economic, cultural and environmental factors that contribute to health and disease throughout the world. Residents are required to complete an international field elective, attend quarterly global health conferences, and regularly meet with their global health mentor.
Our current resident Amy Dursteler is the first radiation oncology resident in the Global Health Track. She speaks about the program in the blog post below. Many residents choose to participate in the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH) program. IU School of Medicine started AMPATH as an international partnership with Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya.