Changing the World: The Story of Global Health at Brown - Watch the Video
In this presentation, Edward Wing, Dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences, described how Brown faculty and students are changing the world today, and his vision of the future of global health at Brown. A veteran of international medicine, Dr. Wing talked about programs in Kenya, the Dominican Republic, India, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Russia that provide direct care to patients while offering outstanding educational opportunities for Brown undergraduates and medical students. (See Dr. Wing's bio below.) He spoke to the Brown Club of Rhode Island on April 22, 2009. 38 minutes.
Edward J. Wing
Dr. Wing graduated magna cum laude from Williams College in 1966 with a BA in chemistry. He earned his MD from Harvard Medical School, and completed his internship and residency at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston and fellowship at Stanford University. He began his career in academic medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, coming to Brown in 1998. Prior to his appointment as dean of medicine and biological sciences in 2008, Dr. Wing served as chair of Brown’s Department of Medicine and the Joukowsky Family Professor of Medicine.
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