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Fogarty Trainees Become Global Health Leaders
Over the decades,
Fogarty’s programs have made significant contributions by filling the pipeline of global health leaders, extending the frontiers of science and accelerating discovery. These featured researchers - including senior government officials, and leaders of academic and nongonvermental organizations around the world - share how training supported by Fogarty has impacted their careers, helped build in-country research capacity, and fostered collaboration in research areas vital to global health.
Fogarty-supported training laid the foundation for Dr. Admire Dube's NIH grants to study the use of nanotechnology to help eradicate tuberculosis.
Fogarty training helped prepare Dr. William Duke to lead the Dominican Republic's response to COVID-19.
Dr. Christian Happi's first NIH grant was a Fogarty International Research Collaboration Award and he is now an H3Africa Principal Investigator.
Dr. John Nkengasong, director of the Africa CDC, briefly received training through a Fogarty-supported program. The network he built endured and has had a big impact on his career.
Dr. Patricia Garcia of the School of Public Health and Administration at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia in Lima, Peru and a former Fogarty trainee also served as her country's minister of health.
Dr. Elioda Tumwesigye, who leads Uganda's Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, holds a master's degree from Case Western Reserve University, which he attended on a Fogarty scholarship.
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Updated December 2020