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News Archive

Friday, August 16, 2013

Health Professions Program Welcomes New Director, Jason D'Antonio

Jason D'AntonioThe Health Professions Program is pleased to introduce our new director, Jason D’Antonio, Ph.D.

Friday, March 29, 2013

Dr. Kristen Goodell Shares Her Story with HPP Students

Dr. Kristen GoodellPrimary care physician Dr. Kristen Goodell candidly spoke with HPP students Thursday evening about everything from life as a med student to dealing with difficult patients and balancing a busy career with a family.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Global Medical Brigades Spend Spring Break in Honduras

wendCarnegie Mellon chapter of Global Medical Brigades conducted a 3-day mobile clinic in Pajarillos, an under-resourced community in rural Honduras.  The CMU students worked alongside four physicians, one dentist, and one pharmacist at the mobile clinic, which they set up in a church and attending to a patient nearby buildings.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

HPP Students Featured in Science Connection Magazine

kilpWhen Ashley Kilp walked through the small mountain village of Korbo Odumasi, Ghana, a familiar refrain followed her: “Obroni! Obroni!” Loosely translated as “foreigner,” or more accurately, a white person, obronis stand out in the West African nation, especially in remote villages like Korbo Odumasi. Earlier that day, Kilp traveled three hours from the capital city of Accra to the village, where she found a line of people waiting for her and the rest of the team from the Crystal Eye Clinic.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Bernard Honored by Carnegie Mellon’s Alumni Association

Heather BernardStudent Service Award: Heather Bernard

Senior chemistry major and HPP student Heather Bernard was among 19 individuals Carnegie Mellon University’s Alumni Association honored during its 2010 Homecoming Weekend.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Roberta Sefcik Living Her Dreams

Roberta SefcikWhat do bagpipes and medicine have in common? CMU sophomore Roberta Sefcik.

Sefcik chose Carnegie Mellon because of the university's excellent music school and bagpipe performance program. She also found herself dreaming of pursuing a career in medicine.

Monday, August 30, 2010

HPP Students Begin 10-week Preceptorship Program at UPMC Hospitals

2010 Preceptorship ProgramOn August 25, eighteen HPP students walked in to UPMC Shadyside Hospital and began a 10-week journey to experience first-hand what it’s like to be a medical resident. As volunteers with the competitive UPMC Shadyside/Carnegie Mellon University Preceptorship Program, the students will be assigned to two residents and will shadow each for a 5-week period.