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Current Fogarty Kuskaya Fellows

 

Fogarty Kuskaya Fellows are young Peruvian and US graduate students and post-doctoral trainees who are working together in multidisciplinary research teams to find innovative solutions for improving health. In 2016-2017, we will have seven Fellows - four Peruvians and three US - working on various key issues: environmental health, mental health and stigma, reproductive health and adolescents, and childhood literacy.

 


Alejandra Bussalleu

Master in International Health
Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany

KUSKAYA Research Project

Land Use Change and Health in the Peruvian Amazon

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Bruno Ardito

Bachelor in Health Administration
Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru

KUSKAYA Research Project:

Understanding partner violence and alcohol use in Peru: A mixed methods assessment

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Haley Carroll

Masters in Psychology
University of Washington, Seattle

KUSKAYA Research Project:

Understanding partner violence and alcohol use in Peru: A mixed methods assessment

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Meghan Erkel

Master in Public Health - Global Health
University of Washington, Seattle

KUSKAYA Research Project:

LIBRE: Promoting child development through reading aloud together

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Molly Mastel

Bachelor in Environmental Health
University of Washington, Seattle

KUSKAYA Research Project:

Land Use Change and Health in the Peruvian Amazon

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Nora Lucar

Bachelor in Law
Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima

KUSKAYA Research Project:

ARMADILLO: Reproductive Health and Adolescents

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Vicky Abregu

Master in Epidemiological Research
Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru

KUSKAYA Research Project:

LIBRE: Promoting child development through reading aloud together

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