Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute

Summer Scholars Program

Open to Brown University School of Public Health undergraduate and graduate students, and Alpert Medical School students, with an interest in child health disparities research.

Selected scholars participate in a 10-week internship and receive a stipend. The program embraces Brown’s “learning by doing” approach to engaged scholarship. This will provide scholars the opportunity to make meaningful contributions to ongoing research projects while gaining the knowledge, skills, perspective and experience they will need to become the next generation of child health researchers.

Previous summer scholars

Kaitlyn Rabb ‘20, ‘21 MPH, who was a Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute Summer Scholar and a Bonner Community Fellow at Brown, conducts health-related policy analysis, advocacy, research, and project management at RI KIDS COUNT.
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