Harvard Global Health Institute Presents the 2021 Burke Global Health Fellows
The Burke Global Health Fellowship program at the Harvard Global Health Institute provides funding for Harvard junior faculty members from across the University for innovative research and curriculum development and teaching in global health. The Fellowships are made possible through the generous support of Harvard alumna Katherine States Burke, AB ’79, and her husband, T. Robert Burke, who established the Burke Fund to help launch and advance the careers of promising junior faculty in global health.
We are thrilled and honored to introduce the 2021 Burke Global Health Fellows:
Kavitha Ranganathan, MD
Dr. Kavitha Ranganathan is the Assistant Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School and Director of Craniofacial Reconstruction within the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She is also part of the Center for Surgery and Public Health and Program of Global Surgery and Social Change.
Matthew Gartland, MD
Matthew Gartland, MD, is the Director of the MGH Asylum Clinic at the MGH Center for Global Health and a faculty member in the MGH for Children Division of Pediatric Global Health. Dr. Gartland is also a Hospitalist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and an Instructor at Harvard Medical School.
Oludare Odumade, MD, PhD
Dr. Oludare (Dare) Odumade, MD/PhD, is a clinical instructor and attending physician in the Division of Medical Critical Care Intermediate Care Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. Currently, she works as a faculty member for the Boston Children’s Hospital Precision Vaccines Program.
John Naslund, PhD
Dr. Naslund is an Instructor of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He holds expertise in psychiatric epidemiology, implementation science, and digital mental health. He currently leads the scientific activities of ESSENCE, Enabling Science to Service to ENhance Depression CarE.
To learn more about our 2021 Burke Fellows, including their full bios and project descriptions, please click here.