Congratulations to Barry Burton (School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences), Stacy Hackenmueller (School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences), Kristen Mallory (College of Public Health), Benjamin Rosenfeld (College of Medicine), Elizabeth Thornton (School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences), Cara Whalen (School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences), and Muhammad Zeeshan (College of Public Health), the newest graduates of the Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in Global Health (GISGH). Offered by the OSU Health Sciences Center for Global Health, the GISGH is a university-wide program that offers current OSU graduate and professional students advanced educational opportunities in the field of global health. The curriculum provides students the opportunity to gain specific expertise in the unique challenges of healthcare in the developing world and among immigrant populations both domestically and abroad.
There are currently 85 graduate/professional students in the program making it the largest graduate interdisciplinary specialization program at Ohio State. Courses are offered from colleges across campus including anthropology, international studies, public health, nursing, veterinary medicine and sociology.
Complete List of Graduates