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Promoting health worldwide requires leadership, expertise, and vision that goes beyond the excellent care of individual patients. Pathways provides career training and mentorship for students, residents, and fellows in innovation, leadership and research. Wherever you practice, innovate toward improved health on the molecular, individual, community and global scale.
In the News
Primeros Pasos, a non-profit clinic serving patients in rural areas as well as in the city of Quetzaltenango, has opportunities for medical students interested in project work involving public health and medical issues, or for fourth year medical students interested in rotations or licensed nursi
The Western Pacific Regional Office (WPRO) of World Health Organization is seeking two applicants for internship in the hepatitis programme.
Pathways to Discovery learner Lily Muldoon's story about her trip to Mfangano Island in Lake Victoria, Kenya, to conduct a regional health resource assessment as part of her project for the Global Health Pathway.
The Center for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) HealthCorps Fellows Program provides a valuable field training opportunity for future Zambian and expatriate public health leaders in the setting of a vibrant international organization based in Lusaka.
The Family AIDS Care and Education Services (FACES) training program for medical students, health professional students, and residents is a collaboration between the Kenya Medical Research Institute, the University of Nairobi, the University of California San Francisco, and the University of British Columbia.
On January 28th, the UCSF community came together to celebrate the work of our students at the 2015 Pathways Explore Symposium.
Learner Success Stories
A Deep Dive Into Clinical and Translational Research
Time is exactly what the Pathways program offers. CTR is one of five scholarly concentrations providing coursework, training, mentorship and professional development for learners who want to improve health through clinical research. Learners in the program can choose to pursue research for a summer or an entire year.
Read more here.
Save the Date for ePosterpalooza! 2015
ePosterpalooza! and the Pathways to Discovery Awards will be held on May 6, 2015 from 12:00-4:30pm in Millbery Union Gym.
If you plan to present at this event, register online by midnight on March 20th (application form will be available Dec. 2014) and make sure to read the Frequently Asked Questions for the event.