Five Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) students completed summer internships at the renowned Cleveland Clinic, one of the largest medical centers in the world. Internships are an integral part of the MPH experience at Yale and provide students with a chance to practice what they have learned in the classroom. Each summer, students travel around the United States and to as many as 20 countries where they work for up to 12 weeks on a wide variety health challenges. While YSPH students have interned at the Cleveland Clinic before, five at once is the largest group ever.
From left to right are Mr. Mengxian (Martin) Liu, Health Care Management – International Operations Intern (Global Patient Services); Mr. Halbert Bai, Chronic Disease Epidemiology – Graduate Administrative intern at the Neurological Institute; Mr. David Baugham, Health Care Management – Continuous Improvement Graduate Administrative Intern at the Taussig Cancer Center; Ms. Xiaosong (Ophelia) Gao, Chronic Disease Epidemiology – Business Intelligence Administrative Intern; and Ms. Tal Gurevich, Health Care Management – International Operations Intern (Global Contracting)Tags: Friday Letter Submission, Publish on September 13