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Student internships: We offer summer student internships for individuals from various backgrounds in the health sciences. Our objective is to have the student function within the research team to gain practical experience.
Mentorship: Medical students, ob/gyn residents, maternal-fetal medicine fellows, and nurses are provided with mentorship and opportunities to conduct research within the OMNI scope of research. They are encouraged to embrace all aspects of research from ethics, implementation and recruitment strategies to study design and statistical analysis.
Our International fellowships began in 2002. Our very first was Dr. Hongzhuan Tan in perinatal epidemiology. His primary focus was on database studies of twin pregnancies. He graduated from medical school in China, and went on to obtain a master's degree in epidemiology in 1988. From China he went on to Osaka University in Japan to pursue a research fellowship in infectious epidemiology. Dr. Tan has been an active member of the Chinese Society of Epidemiology since 1985. He has organized and participated in several workshops on research and teaching methodology in epidemiology throughout China. He has built an exceptional record in research, obtaining peer-reviewed grants of over 1.2 million dollars as of 2012. To his list of accomplishments, he has published 110 peer-reviewed papers and edited 22 books/book chapters. He is currently the Vice-Dean, School of Public Health, Central South University, Hunan Province, China.
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