About David Grelotti
I am a child psychiatrist with broad interests in global mental health and currently a Fellow at Partners In Health and the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
BA Dartmouth College 1996
MD Johns Hopkins School of Medicine 2006
Combined Pediatrics, Adult Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry Residency Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, McLean Hospital, and Harvard Medical School 2006-2011
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Humanitarian Studies Initiative for Residents 2007/2008
Singapore 2003 - creating academic medicine
Australia 2009 - improving mental health and substance abuse treatment in the outback
Haiti 2011 - building mental health services at Partners In Health / Zanmi Lasante hospitals and clinics
Role(s) / Profession(s)
Harvard Medical School
Website: http://hms.harvard.edu/hms/home.asp Type: Academic Institution Country: United States About: Harvard Medical School’s (HMS) mission is to create and nurture a diverse community of the best people committed to leadership in alleviating human suffering caused by disease. Students and more than 7,500 full-time faculty in 11 academic departments located on the School's Boston campus, in one of 47 hospital-based clinical departments at 18 Harvard-affiliated teaching hospitals and research institutes, or at 30 research centers, divisions, and institutes, advance the School’s mission every day. Within HMS, the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine (DGHSM) works in close collaboration with the GHD project teams, from participating in GHDonline communities to developing the GHD academic platform.
Partners In Health - PIH
Website: http://www.pih.org/ Type: Non-Governmental Organization Country: United States About: Partners In Health, co-founded by physicians Paul Farmer and Jim Yong Kim, serves millions of poor patients in nine countries, providing them with extensive health care and social services that address the root causes of poor health. By successfully proving that providing comprehensive, community-based medical care for complex diseases such as AIDS and tuberculosis is not just possible but essential, the organization has helped bring about significant changes in global health policies and practices.
- United States
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