Internal Medicine Morning Report Hospital Universitaire de Mirebalais, Haiti
Nikunj R. Chauhan performing a computed tomography-guided biopsy on an 11-year-old female with large predominately fat containing abdominal mass concerning for liposarcoma or desmoid
Nikunj R. Chauhan performing an ultrasound-guided biopsy on a 4-year-old female with multiloculated cystic mass arising from the right adnexa suspicious for ovarian malignancy with pseudomyxoma peritonei
Jeffrey F. B. Chick preparing for a hip aspiration on a 3-year-old-male with fever, left hip and thigh collections, left pleural effusion, and pericardial effusion concerning for disseminated staphylococcus aureus infection
2019 - Jessica Mann, MD
2018 - Sharath Bhagavatula
2017 - Oren Johnson was selected to participate in the 2017 Humanitarian Response Intensive Course offered through the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
2015 - Nikunj Chauhan, Jeffrey Chick
2014 - Shreya Sood, Alexandra Fairchild
2015 - Barbara Weissman, MD, Stacy Smith, MD, Sandra Duran Medicuti, MD
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ACR Goldberg-Reeder International Travel Grant
Deadline: June 30
Amount: $1500 (4 are awarded annually)
Description: In 2005 the American College of Radiology began an international service program to connect those in radiology interested in international volunteer work with facilities and organizations abroad in need of volunteers in radiology. The program expanded as part of the merger of the former Radiology Outreach Foundation and the ACR International Service program. The new entity became part of the ACR Foundation in January 2009. To further encourage international volunteer service among members-in-training, the ACR Foundation established the ACR Goldberg-Reeder Travel Grant. The ACR Goldberg-Reeder Travel Grant will provide travel grants in the amount of $1500 for selected radiology residents or fellows each year.
Partner’s Global and Humanitarian Health Travel Scholarship Program
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