In this episode, M.S. student Bethany Taylor sits down with Dr. Turbat for a Q&A session about his work as an academic and economist in the field of global health. Dr. Turbat is a health economist with over 40 years of international experience in more than 60 countries. Additionally, he is a professor with over 30 years of teaching experience. In this episode we discuss his work with the World Bank, his contributions in the classroom with undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students here at Georgetown and in France, and learn about his current research and publications.

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In this episode, MSGH student Bethany Taylor has a conversation with Dr. Margaret Gyapong, the Director of the Institute of Health Research and Director of the Centre for Health Policy and Implementation Research at the University of Health and Allied Sciences in Ghana. Professor Gyapong is the preceptor for students conducting field research in Ho, Ghana. In this episode they discuss life in Ghana, the field research experience for students and how they grow and develop skills while in the field, along with discussing current research Dr. Gyapong is involved. 

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In this episode M.S. student Bethany Taylor sits down with Sugy Choi, a double Hoya who graduated from the School of Foreign Service and then continued into the first cohort of the Global Health Master Program, graduating in 2014. She is currently earning a Ph.D. in Public Health, Health Services Research at Boston University's School of Public Health. Her current research focuses on examining how to translate evidence-based policies and interventions into real-world settings for vulnerable populations both nationally and globally.

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In this episode M.S. student Bethany Taylor speaks with Rebecca Gribble, a student in the M.S. Global Health program, about her career in nursing and emergency clinical medicine and what brought her to Georgetown University. Rebecca has eight years of international healthcare experience and brings an in-depth understanding of national health systems to the conversation. In this episode Rebecca shares about who inspires her, her favorite classes in the program, and what lies ahead as she graduates the program.

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In this episode M.S. Student Bethany Taylor sits down with Katrina Virta, an alumna of the first Global Health cohort here at Georgetown University, to discuss her path to Georgetown, thoughts on the program, traveling the world, and how she found her way into a career she loves.

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In this episode, M.S. student Bethany Taylor sits down with Dr. Bruce, a health system strengthening expert and adjunct Professor in the Department of International Health at Georgetown University to discuss her experience in directing and evaluating international development projects worldwide. For over two decades, Dr. Bruce has worked on global health and health system strengthening, serving as the Executive Vice President at Social Impact, The Chief Measurement and Impact Evaluation Officer and Acting COO at the Global Fund to End Slavery, and as the Senior Director of Global Health and Measurement at Pact. Dr. Bruce holds a DrPH in Health Policy and Management from the University of North Carolina, an MPH from John Hopkins University, an MA in Geography from the University of British Columbia, and an undergraduate degree in International Political Science from Pennsylvania State University.

To learn more about Georgetown University’s Master of Science in Global Health, visit us at our department website. 

In this episode, M.S. student Bethany Taylor sits down with Dr. Bouey, a social epidemiologist and tenured Associate Professor of the Department of International Health, School of Nursing and Health Studies, Georgetown University for a Q&A session about her education and work in global health. Dr. Bouey has a background in clinical medicine and biostatistics, earning a M.B.B.S. from Beijing Medical University, an MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics, and a Ph.D. in Epidemiology from George Washington University. She has published over 60 manuscripts on the health risks and health disparities among marginalized populations. In this episode, Dr. Bouey shares her current research pursuits, classes she teaches at Georgetown, and how she hopes to inspire the next generation of global health professionals.

To learn more about Georgetown University’s Master of Science in Global Health, visit us at our department website