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so this is how programs get started…

i spoke with the chair of obstetrics/gynecology today after recommendation from our medical director regarding a longstanding exchange our institution has with medicine in Ghana. i initially set out to explore what potential rotation i could pursue in Ghana along with the medical students who are travelling there this summer, perhaps in screening practices, risk communications, or birth defects. i’d assumed that there was little to no genetics infrastructure…

so the meeting went something like this: i walked in and gave the little blurb about who i am and my background. he immediately begins saying that there are many interesting opportunities, and more importantly, the head of obstetrics at the university of ghana is visiting us in july to learn and then to head a maternal-fetal-medicine unit (the first one in ghana) at the Read more…

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